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Benazir Bhutto

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No, I am not pregnant. I am fat. And, as the Prime Minister, its my right to be fat if I want to.
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When asked by a journalist if she was pregnant again, as quoted in "Benazir, the steely and vulnerable" by Lyse Doucet in BBC News (29 December 2007)

 
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