"When I was a governor and young and thought I was the best politician in the Democratic Party, I didn't run the first time.  I could have. I knew in my bones I shouldn't run. That I was a good enough politician to win, but I didn't think I was ready to be president," - president Bill Clinton, trashing Barack Obama's readiness for the Oval Office. Marc notes:

Toward the end of the interview, his hands began to shake and his face reddened as he discussed the political thicket his wife finds herself in.

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