mercredi 27 juillet 2016

Que faire de Bill Clinton en cas de victoire?


J'avançais hier que Bill Clinton est une grande force pour la campagne de son épouse, mais qu'il constitue également un boulet. Bill Clinton adore la politique et il demeure rarement dans l'ombre bien longtemps. C'était très évident hier à la convention démocrate qu'il aime les projecteurs et qu'il ne refuse jamais une occasion de "ferrailler". Quel lui confiera Hillary si elle devient présidente?

 "But the steps that Clinton aides are planning to shape his new life do little to address a potentially thornier problem: Historically, when Mr. Clinton does not have a job to do, he gets into trouble.

It was during the government shutdown in 1995 that Mr. Clinton began his affair with Monica Lewinsky. It was in the early years after he left the White House that his friendships with wealthy playboys became tabloid fodder. Sidelined by Mrs. Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, Mr. Clinton went rogue and started lashing out at Barack Obama. More recently, his dinner with the businessman Mark Cuban and his tarmac encounter with Attorney General Loretta Lynch were reminders that when Mr. Clinton has time on his hands, he can create dangerous distractions for his wife.

 “He loves getting involved in things — no one loves policy and politics more than Bill Clinton,” said Mickey Kantor, a longtime friend and secretary of commerce under Mr. Clinton. “He loves, and needs, to have a purpose.”

Putting Mr. Clinton to good use, while containing his less helpful impulses, would be a major test for Mrs. Clinton as president, given the spotlight and pressure they would be under and her limited ability in the past to rein in his excesses. Mrs. Clinton sees him as her most trusted confidant and sounding board on national security and the economy, advisers say; one recalled a recent golf outing where Mr. Clinton received several phone calls and emails from Mrs. Clinton before reaching the 14th hole."

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/07/27/us/politics/bill-clinton-white-house.html?emc=edit_th_20160727&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=53611133&referer&_r=0

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