[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.l.cnn.net/cnn/2008/images/02/12/art.clintons2.gi.jpg caption=" Bill and Hillary Clinton at a ‘Super Tuesday’ primary night rally in the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center Studios on February 5, in New York City."]
Hillary Clinton is promising that in her White House there wouldn't be any new scandals involving her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
She was asked in an interview how people can be certain that a new personal or business scandal won't erupt that Republicans could use to blow her agenda and her administration out of the water.
Clinton replied: "You know, I just can assure this reader that that is not going to happen. You know, none of us can predict the future, no matter who we are and what we're running for, but I'm very confident that that will not happen."
History suggests otherwise. Bill Clinton's eight years in the White House were plagued by scandals – from Whitewater to Gennifer Flowers, to Monica Lewinsky to his impeachment.
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