Did Steven Spielberg really help Hillary Clinton to be more ‘likeable’ in 2008 race?

By: | Published: September 28, 2015 2:25 PM

American author Edward Klein revealed in his new book titled 'Unlikeable' how Bill Clinton asked his old director friend Steven Spielberg to make Hillary Clinton more 'likeable' during 2008 presidential race.

American author Edward Klein revealed in his new book titled ‘Unlikeable’ how Bill Clinton asked his old director friend Steven Spielberg to make Hillary Clinton more ‘likeable’ during 2008 presidential race.

Klein mentioned in his latest book that the Former United States Secretary of State was taking lessons on how to be more likable from 68-year-old American director, but just for the sake of her former American President husband, as he wanted her to become more likeable for Americans, News.com.au reported.

As per ‘Unlikeable’, the ‘Jurassic Park’ director gave some acting lessons to the 67-year-old Hillary Clinton to help her when she had to give a speech, whereas she didn’t think she required help and said “I get 250,000 US dollars to give a speech, and these Hollywood jackasses are going to tell me how to do it!”

However, she carried on with the ‘likeability lessons’ just to please Bill.

In addition to this, Spielberg asked Hillary to use her daughter Chelsea Clinton in her speeches to emphasise how she was all about women and children and look like Golda Meir or Margaret Thatcher, but she refused to do so as said she wouldn’t pretend to be somebody. (ANI)

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