Nothing the Clinton’s say can be trusted…
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As is sometimes the case with Bill Clinton, the degree of truthfulness of one of his statements hinges on the definition of a word.

That was true in 1998 when, mired in the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Clinton quibbled over the definition of “is,” and it’s true now with a claim he made in an NBC interview that he’s taken virtually no capital gains on investments since leaving the White House.