"I do not believe in my lifetime anybody has run for this job in a moment of great importance who is better qualified by knowledge, experience and temperament to do what needs to be done," 69-year-old Clinton said at his first solo campaign event yesterday.

The two-term president said he is "really proud of Hillary" for being the first candidate to propose a comprehensive plan to help all those coal communities make a transition into a new economy.

So the big job of the next president is to give Americans inclusive economics, inclusive societies, inclusive politics and to defend the national security of the country in a way that preserves US values, that keeps big, bad things from happening and wages the battle.

He said Hillary is pretty much still the same girl he fell in love with in law school.

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