Hillary Clinton Gets More Specific About What Bill Clinton’s White House Job Could Be

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COVINGTON, Ky. – Hillary Clinton has already made it pretty clear that her husband, former president Bill Clinton, is unlikely to spend his days in the White House picking out the china during her potential administration.

On Sunday, she got a little more specific about what he would be doing: fixing the economy.

“My husband … I’m going to put in charge of revitalizing the economy because you know, he knows how to do it,” Clinton told supporters in northern Kentucky. “And especially in places like coal country and inner cities and other parts of our country that have been really left out.”

Hillary Clinton has long made it clear that she looks to her husband’s presidency as a model for how to manage the economy. She often notes the job creation and increases in median household income during his administration.

“When my husband was president, incomes rose for everybody,” she said in Louisville on Sunday morning.

But the role the former president would play — perhaps as an economic emissary to hard-hit parts of the country — is more similar to the job he has done as one of Hillary Clinton’s chief surrogates on the campaign trail. He often goes where she cannot.

Last week, for example, Clinton sent her husband to the heart of Kentucky’s coal country — a place where her candidacy has been met with hostility because some there blame her policy position on renewable energy for job losses in the fossil-fuel industry. The goal: that Bill Clinton would employ some of the empathy that made him one of the sharpest political operators in the Democratic Party. And he did.

“I was governor when the Ozark mountains where I lived had three of the four poorest counties in America. I get this,” he told the crowd last week in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. “I know it’s hard when places are physically isolated. I’m not pretending.”

He also dropped a hint about a future job in his wife’s administration.

“All I’m telling you is, I volunteer that if Hillary got elected president, I would like to be tasked with the responsibility to take you along for the ride to America’s future,” he added.

(c) 2016, The Washington Post · Abby Phillip 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Actually, Mr. Clinton in learning during Hillary’s years in the White House will be a great asset. He can deliver crucial news, insights and rights discussed to the president.

    I eould think his presence would be much better than any Ms. Trump who in the current marriage is likely a lady looking for gasmius and hard bedding just for their own luxury new condo in the people’s mansion.

    Seriously, Mr. Clinton is a great asset. He can indeed work on the evonomy and Mr. And Ms. Clinton can be a great team.

    Do you really think Donald has any great different mind in this wife who does spread shots for public array? She is lucky to have durable hope in his hands given his reputation with women and previous wives.

    Fun to think Bill can happily enjoy the White House in his bed clothes just to have the time off any president thinks he might have deserved. One might wonder what his new interests would be.

    Fun.

  2. And now it will two crooks in the white house, please Hashem save us from these two crooks, and have Trump win the elections

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