Bill Clinton

US Presidential Elections 2nd debate: CNN's Reality Check Team vets the claims

The team of reporters, researchers and editors across CNN listened throughout the debate and selected key statements from both candidates, rating them true; mostly true; true, but misleading; false; or it's complicated.



Reality Check: Trump on Obamacare premiums

By Tami Luhby, CNNMoney

Trump cited Obamacare as one of the top problems he wants to address if he is elected president.

US Election 2016: Hillary's campaign and Bill's women

In typical Trump fashion, the comment was designed to get attention. Mrs Clinton has been a champion of family issues and women's rights throughout her career, so the idea that she was the enabler of someone Mr Trump has called "the greatest abuser of women in the history of politics," appeared outrageous.

And yet, something resonated in Mr Trump's description of Hillary. There was a kernel of truth to his claim and now it is hurting Mrs Clinton with young female voters.

Obama waitS impatiently for Bill Clinton on Air Force One

You'd think that wouldn't happen to current presidents, but it can, especially when a famously tardy former president is involved.

President Barack Obama was seen impatiently waiting for former President Bill Clinton -- not one to be on time -- on Air Force One at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv after attending the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres.

Obama, standing just inside the doorway of the plane with his tie loosened, can be seen waving Clinton to get on the jet, yelling, "Bill, let's go!" while rolling up his sleeves.

Bill Clinton responds to Donald Trump: Voters are 'smart enough to figure this out'

On a campaign swing through Puerto Rico Tuesday, the former president was asked by a reporter whether he had any response to Trump's latest attack on Twitter -- alluding to his past infidelities and charging that he was the "worst abuser" of women in U.S. political history.

"No. I think people are smart enough to figure this out without my help," Bill Clinton replied.

Trump on Tuesday used the new ads aired by the pro-Clinton super PAC, Priorities USA, as an opening to needle the former president about his personal conduct.