A Clinton campaign spokesman declined to comment Monday when asked if former President Bill Clinton would live in Washington, D.C., should Hillary Clinton be elected president.
Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said "no comment" when asked if Bill Clinton will live in DC if Hillary were president, @danmericaCNN reports— Ted Davis (@Ted Davis)1463420754.0
During a campaign stop in Fort Mitchell, Alabama, Sunday, Clinton said she would put her husband “in charge of economic revitalization” in her administration.
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On Monday, Clinton told CNN’s Dan Merica that the former president would not have a position in her Cabinet.
After Hillary Clinton's comments about Bill Clinton & the economy, I asked if he would have a cabinet role. She shook her head & said "no."— Dan Merica (@Dan Merica)1463411084.0
One thing not in HRC's Bowling Green speech: Any mention of WJC's role in her WH. Campaign feels stories about "economy czar" are overblown.— Dan Merica (@Dan Merica)1463420231.0
HRC spox on WJC's role in a HRC WH: "It would be getting ahead of oneself to begin talking about any sort of formalized role for anyone."— Dan Merica (@Dan Merica)1463417150.0
During a 2015 interview on CBS’ “Late Show with David Letterman,” Clinton said he would move back to the White House for his wife’s administration “if I’m asked.”
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