"I think these elections are important, but I think that only fixating on politics all the time gives us a form of national attention deficit disorder and it keeps us – I’m being serious here," Bill told Bloomberg Television Friday when asked about Hillary's 2016 plans. "I think it keeps us from giving attention to the kinds of questions you’ve asked me today. We have staggering challenges in America. Flat wages. A lot of long-term unemployment, young people having trouble finding jobs. The student debt issue we just heard discussed. All these things."
He continued... "And so I’m only halfway kidding about what I said. I think we shouldn’t just fixate on the next presidential election all the time. We need to take a little time off to work and think about what our country needs and think about what we can do together and think about what the parties can do together and think about how we can reach across these lines that divide us and make something good happen for America."