Man Rents Hamptons Home to Clintons for a Smile

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NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 21:  Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (R) and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton smile during the annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) September 21, 2010 in New York City. The sixth annual meeting of the CGI gathers prominent individuals in politics, business, science, academics, religion and entertainment to discuss global issues such as climate change and the reconstruction of Haiti. The event, founded by Clinton after he left office, is held the same week as the General Assembly at the United Nations, when most world leaders are in New York City.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 21: Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (R) and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton smile during the annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) September 21, 2010 in New York City. The sixth annual meeting of the CGI gathers prominent individuals in politics, business, science, academics, religion and entertainment to discuss global issues such as climate change and the reconstruction of Haiti. The event, founded by Clinton after he left office, is held the same week as the General Assembly at the United Nations, when most world leaders are in New York City. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) Photo: Mario Tama/2010 Getty Images

Elie Hirschfeld, the son of eccentric parking-lot mogul Abe Hirschfeld, is trying to sell his 12,000-square-foot East Hampton mansion for $25 million, but, in the meantime, he's renting it out to some old family allies. Bill and Hillary Clinton will move in for a week later this month, enjoying its eight bedrooms, four fireplaces, private beach walkway, and heated pool. The price is unknown, according to the Daily News, but the contract requires that the former president and the secretary of state pose for a picture with Hirschfeld. It'll no doubt be an interesting photo, all of them together: Hirschfeld's late dad once offered Paula Jones $1 million to drop her sexual harassment suit against Bill Clinton. Later, he reneged on the promise.

Clinton photo opp [NYDN]