Fire At Bill And Hillary’s! – Firefighters Rush To The Scene

On Wednesday there was a fire at Bill and Hillary Clinton’s house. It was at the Chappaqua, New York House the couple lived at for almost two decades.

Per USA Today:

New Castle police have confirmed a fire at the Clintons’ home in Chappaqua.

Police declined to give further details on the fire at 15 Old House Lane where Bill and Hillary Clinton have lived for nearly 20 years after buying it for $1.7 million in 1999.

But scanner reports said it was a bedroom fire and has been extinguished.

Fire At Bill And Hillary’s!

Fire At Bill And Hillary's

A sheriff’s deputy, ambulance and at least three firetrucks rushed to the call to get to the 5,232 sq ft home that is on over an acre of land.

The fire started on the second floor of the home. According to reports, the fire “knocked down” two-time loser Hillary, but there were no injuries sustained.

Something strange about the fire. At first the Clinton communication director denied there was a fire. Then he changed his stance and admitted there was a fire.

Per Daily Mail:

In a bizarre statement, Clinton’s communications director called a report about the fire false before confirming there was in fact a fire. 

‘This report is wrong, & creating much hysteria. Yes, a small fire broke out in the facility today on Clinton property, in a building not connected to their home,’ wrote Nick Merrill on Twitter.

‘Fire was put out, local FD responded. The Clintons were not home. All is ok!’

Nothing is ever normal when it comes to the Clintons. What’s your theory for how the fire started? Let us know in the Facebook comments.

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