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In the days after the announcement, Dina says she was exposed to a media frenzy.

Dina reached out to the one person she thought could advise her during this time—Hillary Clinton. "First of all, she asked me how I was. And she had some great advice," Dina says. "Her advice was, 'You have to get your own counsel. You can't let his advisors tell you what to do, but most importantly, you have to take care of yourself and your daughter.'"

Had the revelation not been so public, would Dina have stayed? "The marriage was obviously a lie. I couldn't live a lie," Dina says. "I knew that it was over. At least my marriage was over, because he apparently never had a marriage."
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Published on January 01, 2006

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