Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, appeared on “The View” facing questions from five opinionatedladies(Whoopi, Joy, Elizabeth, Sheri, and Barbara). Bill appeared to be confident and seem to be prepared for what the ladies would ask him! This has to be one of the best interviews The View had in a long time.
Hilary Clinton, who was the former first lady of the United States was running against Obama for the Democrat presidential nominee for the November 2008 elections. Bill was a true supporter of his wife, helping her every step of the way, to become president. Well, I do not know about every step of the way but he was involved. It was obvious that the ladies of “The View” would ask him about Hilary Clinton not being picked as the vice president candiate for Senator Obama. They wasted no time and was the first question on their agenda. When Barbara ask “Did Senator Clinton really want to be vice president, and did you want her to be vice president?” He replied “not really no”. Bill Clinton stated that he like Joe Biden alot but Hilary would be better politically, but Clinton did not really want to do it. After all those things that were said from Hilary’s campaign it would be a little hypocritically to be the running mate for someone that you did not even think was worthy to be president.
Bill sure did say good things about his wife and show his supportive side of Senator Clinton. “I think she did the right thing… and I am proud of her.” As we all know politicians have a smart way of speaking. Bill had some nice things to say about Mc Cain and Palin on “The View” because is that not professionalism? He spoke very highly of Mc Cain and had great things to say about him. Is it that he like John Mc Cain but as stated before he is a “loyal democrat” so he has to say that he is for Obama. He spoke highly of Mc Cain and even mention that John should be respected by the nation because of his service to the country.
Honestly speaking, he had great things to say about Mc Cain, Palin, Hilary and Obama. I mean during the Democratic Convention he delivered a great speech so maybe that was enough said for why Obama is a good candidate. Do you think personally he does not think Obama is ready to be president but has to demonstrate that for political reasons and show separation among the Democratic party? At the end of the interview he stated that he thinks that Obama will win. Honestly why would he say that Mc Cain would win? Did you not hear his speech during the Democratic Convention?
I have mix emotions about the interview. But I will let you be the judge on “The View” interview with former president Bill Clinton.