Yesterday night on The Late show, Bill Clinton told David Letterman that he would be thrilled to move back to the White House. He was very cautious though regarding the circumstances of his return.
When Letterman asked him if he would consider moving back to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the former president initially tried to dodge the question. But ultimately he exercised his diplomacy skills and dove right into it.
He was flawlessly prudent in his response. “First of all, Hillary has to win the nomination (…) If she wins the nomination, then she has to win the election. If she wins the election the chances are 100 percent I’ll move back (…) if I’m asked.” , he said.
It is hard to imagine a better reply than that. He told David Letterman later on that he fully supports his wife and that it would be extremely beneficial for America if she would be elected president in 2017. “I hope she does” (win), Clinton said, portraying the perfect husband.
As for moving back into the White House, Bill Clinton expressed his utmost excitement, explaining that it is an offer that nobody could ever refuse.
Furthermore, he said he was happy that Hillary gets to experience the thrill of the campaign and his advice for her is to go out and have fun with it, but most of all to be grateful for it. And he actually has the complete experience on the matter.
He kept on opening up about his personal life, telling Letterman how his granddaughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, has brought both him and Hilary so much happiness.
As for Hillary Clinton, it sure looks like she has all the chances to go through at least half of Bill’s checklist towards the White House. According to the latest polls, she holds the majority of Democrats’ support. Her contender, vice-president Joe Biden, doesn’t stand much of a chance with less than half of her votes.
It remains to be made official that Hillary Clinton has won the Democrat nomination, but things appear to be going her way. This leaves her with the most difficult part of Bill’s checklist, namely the presidency itself.
She has a lot of support and she stands a fair chance in the battle in 2017. And if she wins, then maybe, just maybe, she will check the final item on Bill’s list and ask him to move into the White House.
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