Bill Clinton's History of Verbal Campaign Missteps

Comes after the called Obamacare "crazy."

The 2008 Race

"Clinton's animus to Obama wasn't even thinly disguised. It took Obama and Clinton a long time to patch things up," Sabato said.

The 2016 Race

Fast forward to the 2016 race, and there have been several instances where Bill Clinton appeared to criticize Obama again, however.

One of the clearest examples from the trail this year came in March, when he seemed to write off Obama's administration as his wife did just the opposite on the campaign trail.

"But if you believe we can all rise together, if you believe we've finally come to the point where we can put the awful legacy of the last eight years behind us and the seven years before that where we were practicing trickle-down economics with no regulation in Washington, which is what caused the crash, then you should vote for her," Clinton said at an event in Spokane, Wash.

"Because she's the only person who basically has good ideas, will tell you how she's going to pay for them, can be commander-in-chief, and is a proven change maker with Republicans and Democrats and Independents alike."

And just one month before that, while trying to describe his wife as a "change-maker," he effectively said that Obama wasn't one.

In a discussion about Wall Street, Bill Clinton said "it's rigged because you don't have a president who's a change-maker, who has a Congress who will work with him. But the president has done a better job than he has gotten credit for."

Since the latest incident about Obamacare earlier this week, Clinton and his team have tried to walk back the comments.

At a campaign rally in Flint, Mich., on Monday, Bill Clinton discussed how insurance premiums have risen under the Affordable Care Act.

"You've got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have health care and then the people are out there busting it sometimes 60 hours a week wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half," he said Monday. "It's the craziest thing in the world."

Since then, his press secretary, Angel Urena, told ABC News that the former president's comments are being taken out of context and that he was referring to out-of-pocket costs associated with "Obamacare" that affect small-business owners.