When you're running a campaign for president, it always helps to have a famous person endorse you; just ask Hillary Clinton. The former Secretary of State and current front-runner in the bid for the Democratic Party's nomination got some help from her husband on her campaign stops. Many of Hillary's speeches have touted her husband's economic prowess, and she has promised that if elected, she will get Bill Clinton to oversee the revival of a flailing economy.
The L.A. Times reported that Bill stopped into high schools in Chula Vista and Pomona, CA, to campaign for Hillary and secure votes from listeners.
"He derided Trump's planned wall on the Mexican border and said his campaign theme reflected a desire to turn back on the social gains of recent generations."Hillary's campaign has been pretty mum on their feelings about Trump up until this point, but it's clear the two camps don't agree on a lot of important issues. In recent weeks, Clinton has lost points in the polls, with the most recent results putting her only 766 points ahead of Sanders and 921 delegates still left to be claimed. However, the results are not considered finalized until the Democratic National Convention in July.
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