"The reason she ought to be president, over and above her vision and her plans is that she has proven in every position she has ever had in life, whether it was in elected office or not, that she is a world-class genius in making positive changes in other people's lives," he said.
Because they want to. Because they want to give Bill a third term.
This is really Bill's re-election bid, without his name on the ballot.
Does this remind you of Argentina and the Perons?
But, really, I want to reiterate a point that I made earlier this week. You know, with Bill Clinton all over the place out there, this is actually a referendum -- these early primaries -- on him. He is actually the one running for a third term while his name is not on the ballot. We all know -- well, you should know -- that Mrs. Clinton cannot win this by herself. She tacitly admitted it by bringing Clinton out and making him front and center, and they don't care. Their quest is power. They don't care how they get back in there. It doesn't matter to them. There's no ego involved here in that sense. Mrs. Clinton, despite what you might think, is not running around all jealous and worried that Bill is stealing her thunder. It doesn't matter. Getting there is the objective. How they get there is irrelevant. If they have to use Bill to get people to think they're voting for him when they vote for Hillary, that's what they're going to do, and that's what they are doing -- especially in Iowa and probably in New Hampshire, too.