Her eyes got big and bright, she obviously loved that idea!Without saying more, she sat on my face, planting her sexy ass on my mouth and I let my slick tongue wriggle inside her tight asshole and her wet pink slit.

It follows her 2014 release 'Hard Choices,' in which she detailed her time as Secretary of State under Barack Obama, who appointed her to the post just a few months after defeating her in the Democratic primary en route to his White House win.

That book debuted to underwhelming sales for published Simon & Schuster, who were reportedly unable to make back the $14 million advance they gave Clinton.

The high school student he corresponded with said the online relationship began in January of 2015 while she was a sophomore and lasted for several months.

At one point during a Skype chat Weiner asked her to undress and touch herself according to the girl.

' a 'stricken' Abedin said to Clinton before 'bursting into tears' in front of her boss.'Anthony had already caused so much heartache, and now this,' writes Clinton, who was cleared by the FBI two days before the election.

She goes on to reveal that she never once blamed Abedin for the incident, saying: 'She had done nothing wrong and was an invaluable member of my team.

Hillary Clinton is taking aim at Anthony Weiner in her new memoir, detailing how the disgraced politician's relationship with a minor female derailed her campaign and left his estranged wife emotionally shattered after a search of his computer led to a new investigation into her private email server.

In a section of 'What Happened' that was obtained by Radar Online, Clinton reportedly reveals that Huma Abedin sobbed on her shoulder after learning that the FBI would be launching a new probe into the presidential hopeful's emails less than two weeks before the election.'This man is going to be the death of me!

The new probe was opened by the FBI on October 28, and two days later a warrant was obtained to look at emails sent from Abedin's account that were found on her husband's laptop.