Have any of your liberal friends suggested the idea that they don’t particular like Hillary or Donald Trump, but at least if Hillary wins, former President Bill Clinton will be there in order to advise and assist in any way possible?

You’re in luck, because according to Hillary’s advisers, Bill will not be invited into Cabinet meetings or the Situation Room, and won’t even have an office in the West Wing.

Bill will essentially be the “First Gentleman,” and that is all.  But Clinton’s aides are preparing for a more complex issue, being that if he is not meddling in situations and trying to lend a “helping hand,” he’ll be getting into other kinds of trouble.

You might remember the name Monica Lewinski.  When the government shut down in 1995, he began his affair with her, and if history tells us anything at all, when he does not have anything to do, it’s trouble time.

Bill Clinton gave a heartfelt and passionate speech about the love for his wife — the Democratic nominee.  It was sweet and it was eye-opening, until you remember that his “love” for Hillary is disingenuous because of his extremely public and famous affairs.

You might remember his impeachment trial quote, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.”  The constant lies, lies, and more lies.

Bill stood before the American public at the Democratic National Convention giving a speech of funny and ironic anecdotes about their relationship and her family.

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

As Proverbs 16:27 says, “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop; idle lips are his mouthpiece.”

Bill is an impulsive person and Hillary will not have the time or the inclination to contain his behavior.  So what do you do?  You limit his ability and keep him out.

In a recent 60 Minutes piece, Hillary assures that it’s an all-hands-on-deck situation, but she went on to insinuate that she and Bill would NOT be co-presidents.

Maybe Bill should not have been so gracious about her in his speech at the DNC then.

David Gergen — senior adviser to Bill Clinton — recently said:

“Their relationship as a current president and a former president would be a very, very sensitive issue early on, and they’d need to carefully work out the rules of the road for the sake of both of them… There’s some revisionist history underway about his presidency that clearly bothers him, for instance, and he may want to rewrite the story of his presidency partly by influencing Hillary’s policies as president…They both have to be very careful with that.”

Can they, though?  Don’t they seem like the “political couple” that would turn on each other at a moment’s notice?

Bill Clinton would clearly believe he knows more than his wife and would chime in with his aggressive personality, but Hillary “claims” this would not be an issue.

The next time a liberal remarks, “at least Bill is in the White House with her,” you can now retort with the truth.

Don’t you think they’ll be divorced soon?  Tell us what you think in the comments below!