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There have been millions of words, decades of video and reams of commentary devoted to the story of Bill and Hillary Clinton.The goal was to make Clinton, perhaps the most famous female politician in the world, yet a public figure her aides claim remains unknown, relatable to voters.It wasn't only Clinton who broke a glass ceiling Tuesday when she became the first female nominee of a major party. Should she win on Election Day, her husband will step into a singular role in American history: first gentleman.Nearly 70, Bill Clinton is a bit frailer, a touch shakier, though aides and friends say his famous memory remains sharp. Some say his administration's legacy has been repudiated by his own party, which shifted left during Obama's time in office.No one doubts that Bill Clinton still wants to be at the center of the action.
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