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Bill Clinton’s ‘son’ wishes ‘Dad’ Happy Father’s Day!

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Danney Williams has claimed for years that he is Bill Clinton’s biological son by a black prostitute. Last weekend, he reached out to his ‘Dad’ via Twitter.

Williams bears a striking resemblance to Clinton. He lists his location as Arkansas, Clinton’s former state, where he was Attorney General and governor.

The ‘son’ took to Twitter on Sunday to wish his “dad” Happy Father’s Day. “Even though you abandoned me and only took care of Chelsea, I still want to thank you for giving me life,” Williams wrote.

About 30 minutes later, he tweeted again, “I’m not looking for sympathy nor welfare, I just wish you didn’t forget about me.”

Then a few hours later, he posted a photo featuring Chelsea Clinton and Webb Hubbell, Hillary’s former law partner and the man some say is Chelsea’s real father.

“We can’t end Father’s Day without the truth,” he wrote with the photos of Hubbell, Chelsea, a young Bill Clinton and himself.

Danney has recently been “verified” by the Twitter social media network, something the former president has yet to do.

Bill Clinton ‘son’ wishes ‘dad’ Happy Father’s Day

Williams said he has desperately wanted to meet Bill Clinton.

“Like any child, I want to know my dad and I want him to know me,” he said in a taped interview:

‘In 1995 when my father was president of the United States. The state of Arkansas put us in foster care,’ he says in the nine-minute video. ‘I lived in foster homes.

‘It made me feel horrible because I know his child, Chelsea, was well taken care of and we was house-to-house, hungry at nights.’ He said he dropped out of school in 11th grade to work in a donut shop to support his brothers and sisters.

‘To know that my father was the president, it hurts. Try to imagine that your own father refused to love you, refused to say that you exist. Knowing who my father was and he was so close, yet so far away made my part unbearable.’

He said that in 1999 the tabloid magazine The STAR, owned by Clinton college classmate, Clinton appointee and major Clinton donor Robert Altman at the time, published a report saying that he had failed a DNA test. Danney says no such test was ever taken.

‘I would love a DNA test to be done,’ he said.

The current owner of the STAR deny the DNA tests exists.

The Daily Mail reports:

The Globe interviewed Danney’s mother, a former prostitute named Bobbie Anne Williams, who told the story of how she allegedly met and began a relationship with Clinton in 1984.

She says Clinton went out for a run one day in Little Rock, when he jogged by her housing project and introduced himself to her. She was 24 years old at the time.

A few days later, Clinton allegedly jogged by the housing project again. He paid Bobbie $200 for her to have sex with him behind some bushes.

After that, Bobbie says that she and Clinton regularly had sex, sometimes alone, sometimes with other female partners.

Eventually, Bobbie became pregnant and she suspected that it was Clinton’s child.

But when she told the governor, he allegedly laughed in her face.

‘He rubbed my big belly and said, “Girl, that can’t be my baby.” But I knew it was. I just had this kind of woman’s feeling that this was his child.’ Bobbie told ‘The Globe’.

She became even more sure when she gave birth to the baby boy on December 7, 1985. She immediately noticed the boy’s skin tone was so light. Bobbie says her son could only be Clinton’s. He was her only white client at the time she got pregnant.

We reached out to Bill and Hillary for comment. They both said in unison, “I (he) did not have sex with that woman, so what difference does it really make?”

 

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