In this photo taken May 5, 2016, former President Bill Clint speaks in Portland, Ore. while campaigning for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)
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Without question, one of the key assets in Hillary Clinton's second campaign for the White House is her husband, Bill.The latest headache came this past week, when Bill Clinton crossed paths at the Phoenix airport with Attorney General Loretta Lynch.Bill Clinton's impromptu visit with Lynch followed other moments Clinton's campaign would surely likely to have back, including his scolding of Black Lives Matter protesters at a Philadelphia campaign event in April. But despite the potential for such slip-ups, many supporters argue the benefits of Bill Clinton greatly outweigh the risks.Bill Clinton has largely appeared in smaller cities, enhancing the reach of the campaign, and has taken an active role in fundraising.The Lynch meeting is another such distraction. Clinton's campaign declined to comment on the meeting, as did a spokesman for Bill Clinton. Morgan dismissed that criticism outright, arguing the real surprise would have been if Bill Clinton noticed Lynch was nearby and didn't stop to say hello.
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