Private Life

It is wrong to attack public figures on personal grounds. Who the President has slept with is, generally speaking, strictly irrelevant to his or her capacity to govern. Having said that, however, it's only prudent to point out that to the extent that leaders exploit their own private lives in order to gain public power ('Vote for me: I'm a devoted family man...'), they draw their private lives into the public sphere, and consequently leave themselves open to attack.

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