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Politics Andrew Gillum says he identifies as bisexual in TV interview with Tamron Hall

01:01  15 september  2020
01:01  15 september  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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Former Florida governor candidate Andrew Gillum tells Tamron Hall he 's bisexual : "That is something I have never shared publicly before" “ Bisexuality in and of itself doesn’t lead to unfaithfulness,” he said in the interview . “There are men who are in marriages with women who just because they’re

During the interview , Andrew Gillum disclosed his sexuality for the first time. "To be very honest with you, when you didn't ask the question, you put Gillum did not specify his intent for going to that hotel room in Miami Beach in March. After the incident became public, Gillum said he had been in town for

Five months after his political career was derailed in a Miami Beach hotel room where a self-proclaimed male escort was treated for a drug overdose, Andrew Gillum went on national television and disclosed he identified as bisexual.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Former Mayor Andrew Gillum exits the Division of Administrative Hearing after settling with the Florida Commission on Ethics Wednesday, April 24, 2019. © Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat Former Mayor Andrew Gillum exits the Division of Administrative Hearing after settling with the Florida Commission on Ethics Wednesday, April 24, 2019.

Gillum, who came within 32,000 votes of becoming Florida’s first Black governor in 2018, appeared on The Tamron Hall Show Monday, saying he had succumbed to depression and alcohol after his election loss to current Gov. Ron DeSantis.

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Andrew Gillum breaks his silence in an exclusive interview with Tamron Hall months after a wild night in a Miami Beach hotel room changed his life. But he sat down with syndicated TV host Tamron Hall for an interview that will air Monday. Part of it aired Thursday on “Good Morning America” and

Andrew Gillum , wife R Jai Gillum and Tamron Hall Getty Images. Andrew Gillum ’s wife R. Jai was behind his first sit-down interview with the disgraced pol since photos of Gillum The former Florida gubernatorial candidate told Hall he ’s cried every day since the incident and confessed he “had too

Andrew Gillum looking at the camera: Floirida Democratic gubernational candidate Andrew Gillum made one of his final campaign stops in Crawfordville on Monday, meeting with supporters the day before the Election. © Andrew Salinero/Democrat Floirida Democratic gubernational candidate Andrew Gillum made one of his final campaign stops in Crawfordville on Monday, meeting with supporters the day before the Election.

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"You just asked the question. You put it out there whether or not I identify as gay. And the answer is, I don't identify as gay but I do identify as bisexual," Gillum tells Hall.

The admission came when Hall brought up photos that were leaked to the media and reports by conservative bloggers after police responded to a call about a suspected overdose in March.

It was Gillum's first sit-down interview since he was found unconscious in a $220-a-night hotel room with a man who advertised himself as an escort and had reportedly overdosed on crystal meth.

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Andrew Gillum , the former Democratic candidate for governor of Florida and a CNN political commentator, apologized on Friday In a statement, Gillum said that he was in Miami for a "wedding celebration" when officers were called to "assist one of my friends." "While I had too much to drink, I

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Hall uses the full hour of the season premiere of her television talk show probing Gillum about the incident which at least temporarily derailed his political career.

After losing the 2018 governor's race to current GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis by fewer than 35,000 votes, Gillum said he gave in to depression and began to drink heavily, including putting whiskey in his morning coffee.

Police photos from the Miami Beach hotel room showed dozens of white pills scattered on the floor alongside beer bottles and sheets covered in bodily fluids.

Gillum left the hotel after rescue workers confirmed that he had stable vital signs.

He told Hall he agreed to an interview as part of an attempt to redeem himself. In it, he presented himself as a man beset by shame and guilt.

Despite his loss to DeSantis, Gillum was a major player in Florida Democrats' attempt to turn blue a volatile swing state in national politics. His loss of less than half a percentage point came in the closest modern-era gubernatorial contest in Florida.

He pledged to use $3 million in leftover campaign funds to register voters to help Democratic candidates in 2020. The party has spent the past three decades in close to superminority status at the state Capitol, and currently claims just one elected statewide office, held by Fried.

James Call is a member of the USA TODAY NETWORK-Florida Capital Bureau. He can be reached at jcall@tallahassee.com. Follow on him Twitter: @CallTallahassee

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