President Bill Clinton made his first appearance for his wife’s campaign on Monday and he reminded supporters just how accomplished his Hillary is.
During an event in New Hampshire, the former president touted the candidate’s success as a legal activist for minority children back in the day:
She hadn’t been elected to anything, but everything she touched she made better. There she was at Yale Law School. She could have written her ticket to go anywhere she wanted all she was really interested in was providing legal services to poor people.
Before he spoke about Hillary’s accomplishments, Bill made fun of the Republican Party’s candidates who are always angry:
Sometimes I follow this debate in the presidential elections, especially when I watch the other guys debating, and I think, ‘You know, I don’t fit anymore. First of all, I’m a happy grandfather, I’m not mad at anybody. And I thought an election was supposed to be a job interview.
The GOP doesn’t think it’s a job interview, they believe it’s a fist fight. They behave like childish bullies on the elementary school playground.
The former president also lamented her success as secretary of state and her time as a senator. Bill Clinton was the most popular presidents of the last few decades, so it’s a great thing that he is finally attending campaign events for Hillary. He’s like the hip grandfather we all wish we had.
Watch his full appearance below:
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