Huma spotted at inauguration, but people noticed something VERY strange about her

Poor Huma Abedin. She’ll forever be a footnote to Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful presidential campaign, but the co-star in one of the most lurid stories in Democratland.

What is Huma doing now? Who knows what her next act will be, but feeling left out in the cold is apparently not one of the possibilities.

The temperature at yesterday’s presidential inauguration barely touched 50 degrees. It was gray and drizzly most of the day, and while it would be considered mild (for everyone not living in Florida), it wasn’t exactly sleeveless weather — except if you’re Huma Abedin.

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As the Daily Mail reports, Abedin, 40, was spotted braving the winter chill with a sleeveless dress and no coat as she made her way to Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday.

But her arms weren’t the only thing bare.

Hillary Clinton’s confidante also left her wedding ring at home, clearly indicating that Anthony Weiner’s reported hopes for a reconciliation are not going well.

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Abedin looked somber, hiding her face in large black sunglasses, as she arrived at the Capitol Building for the 58th Presidential Inauguration.

Her bright red lips gave the only burst of color to the ensemble, which Abedin paired with a subtle navy blue purse.

Abedin did shield her legs from the 44 F cold in Washington, DC, pairing the knee-length dress with opaque black tights and matching black pumps.

Her outfit stood in stark contrast to the colorful coats worn by the current and future first lady as well as Clinton’s pantsuit.

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Well, she can’t be in too good a mood for a variety of reasons. Truly, it can’t be fun to be Huma Abedin, the former Mrs. Anthony Weiner, right now –er, really frankly ever.

[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]

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