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Barbara Bush: 'You Can't Dislike Bill Clinton

"He's very likable."

First Lady Barbara Bush reacts to Sen. Phil Gramm, who delivered the keynote address to the Republican National Convention at the Houston Astrodome, Tuesday, Aug. 18, 1992, Houston, Tex. Gramm derided Democratic candidate Bill Clinton's economic program as a "Lemon for America." (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)

Over the weekend former First Lady Barbara Bush shocked some when she took a jab at Sarah Palin, saying she hopes the former Alaskan governor stays in Alaska. Now she's following that up with another surprising statement, this time saying that "you can't dislike Bill Clinton."

During an interview with Larry King that aired in full Monday night, Barbara admitted that while “it took me a little while" to warm up to the man who beat her husband and won the presidency in 1992, she now has nothing but good things to say about him.  "You can’t dislike Bill Clinton," she said. "He’s very likable. And he was so good to George… he would let George have the bed. I have a feeling Bill wishes he had a father like George, truthfully":

(via Mediaite)

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