Bill Clinton made his debut on his wife’s campaign trail in Nashua, New Hampshire – and within just a breathtaking few moments, hit his first stumbling block: a family of girls behind him who couldn’t stop making faces throughout his speech.
Worse for the campaign, one of the girls, 14, called Clinton a “womanizer,” the Daily Mail reported.
The mother and three girls were asked by the campaign to stand behind Clinton as he spoke, the news outlet reported. But it didn’t go as well as planned.
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As the Daily Mail said: “Bill Clinton made his first solo campaign appearance in support of his wife’s White House bid … but the female voters standing behind him on stage, and one eighth-grader, were stone-faced and unimpressed. They stood on risers through his 28-minuted speech at Nashua Community College, alienating between frowns, grimaces and eye rolls, even looking uninterested as they applauded a few of Clinton’s lines.”
The Daily Mail asked the mother if her daughters were aware of Clinton’s reputation with women. And the response? Mary, 14, said: “Oh, I’m aware. Yeah. He’s a womanizer,” the Daily Mail reported.