Both/And By Huma Abedin

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Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds By Huma Abedin


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In this beautifully written and propulsive memoir, Huma Abedin—Hillary Clinton’s famously private top aide and longtime adviser—emerges from the wings of American political history to take command of her own story.The daughter of Indian and Pakistani intellectuals and advocates who split their time between Saudi Arabia, the UK, and the United States, Abedin grew up in many worlds. Both/And grapples with family, legacy, identity, faith, marriage, and motherhood with wisdom and sophistication. Abedin launched full steam into a college internship in the office of the first lady in 1996, never imagining that her work at the White House would blossom into a career in public service, nor that the career would become an all-consuming way of life. Still in her twenties and thirties, she thrived in rooms with diplomats and sovereigns, entrepreneurs and artists, philanthropists and activists, and witnessed many crucial moments in 21st-century American history—Camp David for urgent efforts at Middle East peace in the waning months of the Clinton administration, Ground Zero in the days after the 9/11 attacks, the inauguration of the first African American president of the United States, the convention floor when America nominated its first female presidential candidate. Abedin’s relationship with Clinton has seen both women through extraordinary personal and professional highs, as well as unimaginable lows. Here, for the first time, is a deeply personal account of Hillary Clinton as mentor, confidante, and role model. Abedin cuts through caricature, rumor, and misinformation to reveal a crystal-clear portrait of Clinton as a brilliant and caring leader a steadfast friend, generous, funny, hardworking, and dedicated. Both/And is a candid and heartbreaking chronicle of Abedin’s marriage to Anthony Weiner, what drew her to him, how much she wanted to believe in him, the devastation wrought by his betrayals—and their shared love for their son. It is also a timeless story of a young woman with aspirations and ideals coming into her own in high-pressure jobs, and a testament to the potential for women in leadership to blaze a path forward while supporting those who follow in their footsteps. Both/And describes Abedin’s journey through the opportunities and obstacles, the trials and triumphs, of a full and complex life. Abedin’s compassion and courage, her resilience and grace, her work ethic and mission are an inspiration to people of all ages. “This journey has led me through exhilarating milestones and devastating setbacks,” said Abedin. “I have walked both with great pride and in overwhelming shame. It is a life I am—more than anything—enormously grateful for and a story I look forward to sharing.”
Wow, Huma is such a great story teller and person. This book is so motivating and reminded me of the great things people all over the world are doing to make the world a better place. Her family’s story is inspiring, her work ethic and dedication to our country is incredible and this book is a must read!

This book is a must read! Huma pours her soul out in this book giving detail and honest heartfelt feelings thruout , whether in her political work world with HRC , or in her private world with her ever needy husband. I had my doubts when I started reading that I would actually come away with so much informtion, but I must say I enjoyed the whole book, could not put it down. I always wanted Hillary Clinton to be POTUS, and I believe she was and is the positive person I always believed her to be . Huma made her real and human. Huma is a wonderful soul who I believe will be writing more books, and deserves a life of good things , what she has been thru is more than any one person could probably stand. Great book Huma and look forward to many more from you in the future God bless you and your family.
I highly recommend this book, I couldn’t put it down even though I thought I knew her story. She is brave to share her story, she’s a resilient woman and I admire her honesty. Also, if you didn’t already love HRC, you will now seeing her through Huma’s eyes.
Compassionate, inspiring leader…Huma helped me better understand a perspective of what happened in 2015/16. I also feel a little bit more knowledgeable about Muslims in the US and worldwide. She appears to be a strong woman with a strong sense of loyalty and morality.
Engaging, honest and captivating. Couldn’t put it down. So well-written. So much respect and admiration for Ms. Abedin.


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