One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Originally: relating to or characteristic of Bill Clinton or his policies. Later also: relating to or characteristic of Hillary Clinton, or Bill and Hillary Clinton as a couple.
1990s; earliest use found in The Wall Street Journal. From the name of William J. D. (‘Bill’) Clinton, and subsequently also of his wife Hillary Rodham Clinton + -esque.
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