ML's editor-in-chief Sabrina Weill on Silda standing by her man.
How often have we seen the wife-mom of a politico, dressed in a tailored suit, standing by her husband as he delivers news of his shame, his "mistake"?
We can relate to the Mom part of her that might think re-creating
the image of an intact family will make things OK for everyone,
including the kids. Who among us does not stage the
occasional "all is perfect" play for our kids? Another part of us wants
to shake this suited-woman--to turn her face to her kids and shout, "What signal are you sending them? That a
man can do anything to you and it will be OK?" What Happened Here is