By Lee Speigel

Jan 5, 2008 7:47pm

Former President Bill Clinton in Bow, N.H., Saturday, was asked by a voter to share something about his wife that voters should know about, but don’t.

"Something about Hillary you don’t know?" he said, laughing. "Well, I was laughing. I read a book the other day on my presidency I never had seen before. I picked it up, and this guy in that book said that, in 1994-95, someone had done a survey of the 10 most vilified people by right-wing talk radio, and that Hillary and I were ranked first and second, far ahead of Saddam Hussein. I’m not sure that everybody knows she was completely exonerated of all the charges that were leveled against her in the White House. Even by Kenneth Starr, who was a very political prosecutor."

Somehow — with the Clinton campaign concerned about voters not getting a real sense of Sen. Hillary Clinton — I don’t feel like that’s what the voter was driving at.

– jpt

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