"Everyone is second-guessing the woman's decision," she said. "You saw it with Hillary Clinton. 'Oh, she's manipulative. She's power-hungry.' We do this instead of recognize that marriage and love are complex.
"Someday, it'll be a man standing there ashen-faced, and we'll say, 'Oh my God,' because his masculinity will be called into question," she said. "But things happen in marriages. Couples find a way to deal or they don't. We don't need more reality shows!"
Associated Press Writers Jonathan Lemire and Jocelyn Noveck contributed to this report.