Source Pravda.Ru

Clinton says Hillary would make better president

Bill Clinton says he has a good candidate in mind for the 2008 U.S. presidential election: his wife.

The former president told Israel's Channel Two television that he believes Sen. Hillary Clinton, a New York Democrat, would do a better job than he did in the nation's top office.

"In some ways she would be (better) because of what we did together," he said. "First, she has the Senate experience I didn't have. Second, she would have had the eight years in the White House."

"I think she wouldn't make as many mistakes because, you know, we're older and more mature and she is far more experienced now in all the relevant ways than I was when I took office," he added. "So I think in a way she has the best of both worlds."

Clinton spoke on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, AP reported. V.A.

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