2020 Democratic Candidate's Autobiography Details His Sexual Conquests

Democrat John Hickenlooper recently joined the pack of hopefuls running for president in 2020.

In order to distinguish him from the other candidates, you might want to take a look at his autobiography. It is sure to leave a mark in your brain and you will not forget the candidate's story.

Hickenlooper's book,The Opposite of Woe: My Life in Beer and Politics, outlines his "journey from a child in the Philadelphia suburbs to the president of a brewing company, mayor of Denver, and then governor of Colorado."

Throughout the autobiography however, Hickenlooper details his sexual exploits and his angst-ridden relationships with women. The Washington Examiner analyzed his story and found that the candidate has had seven sexual partners, a fact you were all dying to know.

Hickenlooper, 67, literally recounts all of his past relationships, starting at the age of 18. He tells the story of the woman he planned to lose his virginity to and the other who turned him down and made him depressed.

He also tells the story of one encounter he had that occurred the morning of 9/11.

"On September 11, 2001, Helen and I were just getting out of bed in Austin when we heard the news that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center, Hickenlooper wrote."

While his autobiography might not be as weird as Beto O'Rourke's old poems, it is sure to get people talking.

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