Former President Bill Clinton said he had “nightmares” about what could happen to the future of the U.S. after he left office.
Clinton said while in office he was “often kept up late at night worrying” about things like Russia’s potential to slip back into communism.
“After I left office when I had more free time I had more nightmares thinking about what else could go wrong in our country,” Clinton, who was succeeded by President George W. Bush, said.
The 42nd president appeared on ITV’s show Lorraine with author James Patterson to promote their new book “The President’s Daughter.”
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