Bill Clinton told an Israeli television station yesterday that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton would make a better president of the United States in some ways than he did.
Mr. Clinton, who usually avoids talking about his wife as a prospective presidential candidate, said she would come to the job with more seasoning and perspective than he had as governor of Arkansas in 1992, suggesting that she would perform better.
"In some ways she would be, because of what we did together," &to=http://english.pravda.ru/main/2000/10/17/293.html' target=_blank>Mr. Clinton said in an interview with Israel's Channel Two. "First, she has the Senate experience I didn't have. Second, she would have had the eight years in the White House," reports New York Times.
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