Letter: Bill Clinton's praise is devoid of credibility
Bill Clinton's praise is devoid of credibility
To the editor:
Bill Clinton was disbarred from practicing law in Arkansas and was also disbarred from practicing law in front of the Supreme Court over the Monica Lewinsky incident.
Clinton also paid a $25,000 fine over the Lewinsky incident, as well as an an $850,000 settlement over the same case. He also was fined $90,000 for giving false testimony in the Paula Jones case.
So Bill Clinton, a disbarred lawyer, a president who was fined and impeached for lying under oath, asks the American people to believe him when he says the best thing or our country is four years of Hillary.
Am I missing something? Just wanted to make sure I had it right.
Thomas D. Gilardi, Pittsfield
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