In fact, the subject might be awkward if the American public hadn’t begun to realize that in this strangest of all election years, Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton is willing to go to any extent to win the votes she needs to secure the highest office in the land, the one she believes she is entitled to simply by virtue of her gender.

Clinton’s seeming fascination with pop singer Christina Aguilera’s cleavage was first seen last October when a photograph captured the former Secretary of State gazing at the singer’s breasts on display in a revealingly low-cut gown.

So… bizarre was the sight of the 69-year-old grandmother’s obvious… appreciation… of the buxom blonde’s assets, that there was speculation that the picture was faked, but Aguilera settled the question last week in an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

“That looks like it was Photoshopped but it’s not. It was a real moment,” the singer said after DeGeneres asked, “Could you feel her gazing down on your ‘breasteses?’”

DeGeneres, who revealed her homosexuality on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 1997, hosts a daytime talk show with an overwhelmingly female audience and is an icon within the LGBT movement, so raising the topic of the Clinton photograph in the Aguilera interview could well have been targeted at that specific voting demographic.

As First Lady, senator, and presidential hopeful in 2008, Clinton maintained marriage “was between a man and a woman,” but abruptly changed her position in March 2013.

For her part, the blonde singer reciprocated Clinton’s admiration, gushing to DeGeneres, “She’s such a force in a room. She’s got that star charisma and everything about her. I couldn’t take my eyes off her, either, so it was mutual.”

Wrapping up her comments about the photograph, Aguilera told the television host, “She was staring at my bosoms! It’s amazing! It’s awesome!”

The multi-millionaire singer, who stunned the audience and television viewers when she kissed Madonna at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, recently held a fundraiser for the woman who hopes to become the first woman president of the United States.

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