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At DNC, Bill Clinton Talks About How He "Met a Girl"

Speaking from the Democrat Convention in Philadelphia, former President Bill Clinton did his best to humanize his wife and Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton during a primetime address Tuesday night. 

Awkwardly, Clinton started his remarks by talking about how he "met a girl" back in 1971.

"In the spring of 1971, I met a girl. The first time I saw her we were appropriately enough in a class on political and civil rights. She had big blonde hair, big glasses," Clinton said. "She exuded this sense of strength and self possession that I found magnetic. After the class, I followed her out intending to introduce myself. I got close enough to touch her back but I couldn't do it. Somehow I knew this would not be just another tap on the shoulder, that I might be starting something I couldn't stop." 

Everyone was relieved when Bill finally revealed he was talking about Hillary. 

In another uncomfortable and highly transparent moment, Bill framed his relationship with Hillary as a longtime love story with a "lifetime of memories."

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