Marietta, GA, United States | Member Since 2010
When this is read in concert with Jackie's interviews with Schlessinger, it gives a very interesting insight into the person - Jackie, but also Clint Hill. He comes across as having been devoted to (in love with?) Jackie, but I don't get the impression that the feeling was reciprocated. She seems to have treated him humanely, but that's all. He comes across as having been devoted to her welfare, at the expense of his own marriage and family. Very interesting historical account, but I ended up feeling sorry for his wife and family, whom he really abandoned. I was especially surprised that when he found out that Jackie was dying, considering his devotion to her, he made no attempt to contact her.
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