April 16th, 2008
02:36 PM ET
7 years ago

Cafferty: Bill Clinton says older voters too savvy to fall for Obama

 Former President Bill Clinton in Roanoke Rapids , North Carolina campaigning for his wife, Friday.
Former President Bill Clinton in Roanoke Rapids , North Carolina campaigning for his wife, Friday.

FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty:

Bill Clinton says older voters are supporting his wife because they're too smart to be fooled by Barack Obama's rhetoric.

The Boston Globe reports the former president also took issue with Obama's statement that many of the problems the U.S. faces were around long before President Bush took office.

Clinton told voters in Pennsylvania: "I think there is a big reason there's an age difference in a lot of these polls. Because once you've reached a certain age, you won't sit there and listen to somebody tell you there's really no difference between what happened in the Bush years and the Clinton years; that there's not much difference in how small-town Pennsylvania fared when I was president, and in this decade."

See, it's really not about Hillary… it's about Bill's legacy.

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