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Read this: Michelle Fenty on Adrian's "quirkiness"


(Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

Michelle Fenty wants you to know her husband isn't aloof -- he's just different.

"There's certainly an awkwardness about my husband," she says... "It's something he's always had -- a little quirkiness." When they were dating, she sometimes wondered: "Does he not want to speak with me?"

Fresh off her emotional viral-video moment at the mayoral debate, the first lady of D.C. opens up to our colleague Manuel Roig-Franzia about trying to help her husband in his uphill reelection battle.

By The Reliable Source  |  September 11, 2010; 12:34 PM ET
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When they were dating, she sometimes wondered: "Does he not want to speak with me?"

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Maybe that should have been the red flag to you that it sounds like to me. It sounds like your saying, get over it, he treats everyone this way. He disregards me, acts as if Im not there, ignores my concerns and does what HE wants instead of whats best for us as a family, I mean as a City....

Well that may be true but I say, if it is, then maybe being Mayor isnt the right job for him. Just because YOU put up with it doesnt mean we will.

Posted by: tformation1 | September 12, 2010 9:20 AM | Report abuse

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