Bill Clinton's Comeback to the Campaign Trail

President Bill Clinton officially hit the campaign trail today

He opened his Exeter, New Hampshire speech with a soft nod on his assumed role in the White House if Hillary Clinton was elected.

Hillary Clinton has thrown out the possible terms “first mate” and “first dude” in prior interviews, but the president himself has yet to comment.

"People, I get nervous,” said President Clinton. “People say, if Hillary wins the election, what do you want to get called? Nobody voted yet. I'm superstitious." He garnered many laughs from the audience.

In his attempt to tell voters that Hillary Clinton is the best person for the White House, he gave colorful details about his affection for his wife. “She’s still the same girl I fell in love with in law school," he said.

At one point, getting very passionate, banging the podium saying: “We can do this! There is no country in a better position than the United States.”

The former president will continue campaigning for Hillary. His next stop will be Thursday in Iowa.

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