The Clinton's bedroom catches fire under bizarre circumstances
crews fight blaze at Clintons’ residence in upstate New York
were called to a property owned by Bill and Hillary Clinton Wednesday
afternoon after a blaze broke out in one of the bedrooms.
fire reportedly started at the couple’s Chappaqua residence
sometime before 3pm local time. It was said to have been extinguished
quickly. There was no indication as to what may have caused the fire
or whether either of the Clintons were home at the time.
ambulance was called to the scene but reportedly left without anyone
inside. The house, which the couple purchased in 1999 when Bill
Clinton was still US president, boasts five bedrooms and a pool on
its 1.1-acre plot. In 2016, Hillary Clinton bought the property next
door for a reported $1.16 million. Chappaqua is in Westchester County
in upstate New York, around 40 miles from Manhattan.
netizens had a field day with the news, with many suggesting the
house fire was a cunning ruse designed to dispose of evidence related
to the former US Secretary of State’s perceived misdeeds.