If Bill Clinton's wife Hillary is elected president in 20115, he says his primary job as First Gentleman would be one of "moral support."
If Bill Clinton’s wife Hillary is elected president in 20115, he says his primary job as First Gentleman would be one of “moral support.”
The former president has revealed he sees his role as First Gentleman as one of moral supporting, standing by Hillary to “buck her up every morning,” the Independent reported.
The 68-year-old told Bloomberg TV that he believes it was a duty to serve the president in whatever manner possible, irrespective of their marriage or any personal relationships.
Clinton, whose own presidency from 1993 to 2001 was overshadowed by his extra-marital affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, also said although he would continue lecturing he would waive his speaking fee.