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Bill Clinton makes glaring error while reciting wife’s two-word campaign slogan

"More than just two words that sound good."

Former US President Bill Clinton speaks during a campaign rally for his wife, Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, at a retirement center in Silver Spring, Maryland on April 13, 2016. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)

Bill Clinton on Tuesday forgot his own wife's presidential campaign slogan.

The 42nd president made the glaring error during a campaign stop for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton with just 14 days to go until the election. Instead of quoting her actual campaign slogan, which is "stronger together," the 70-year-old got one word wrong.

"But we were growing together. This campaign slogan of Hillary's, 'growing together,' is more than just two words that sound good," Clinton said while he was standing behind a podium with the actual campaign slogan clearly printed on the front.

The Clinton campaign also released a book titled "Stronger Together" that is a essentially a summary of Clinton's policy proposals. The book, which the New York Times labeled a "flop," sold just 3,000 copies in its first week.

(H/T: Washington Free Beacon)

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