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Bill Clinton’s Fear of Dying Exposed In New Tell-All

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Apr. 23 2018, Published 7:14 p.m. ET

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Former President of the United States, Bill Clinton, has a big fear of dying, has exclusively learned.

In a new tell-all titled Chasing Hillary, author and New York Times journalist Amy Chozick exposes the former commander in chief’s persistent belief that he will not live long.

Chozick, whose many stories about the former president are first-hand accounts, claimed Bill actually discussed his death “often.”

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“He hardly thought he’d live to see the 2016 election, never mind wind up back in the White House,” the author explained.

Additionally, there was one time Bill visited a soybean processing plant and was told by the manager to come again the following year.

“Clinton said, ‘I’m older than you. We have to make sure I’m still around,’” the author wrote.

Then, Chozick explained her own encounter with Bill when he made it clear he did not believe he would have a long, lasting life.

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“When I asked him about Chelsea recently joining the Clinton Foundation board, he said, ‘We’re trying to build it up so it’d still run if I drop dead tomorrow.”

The author also revealed another strange anecdote about Hillary Clinton’s husband: he’s a bit of a diva!

“He changed outfits at least three times a day,” Chozick observed during a Clinton Foundation trip in 2012.

One aide even joked “he’s like Lady Gaga,” the writer continued.

These shocking details about Bill are just a few of many that have come out in recent months. As previously reported, another tell-all written by veteran pollster Mark Penn claimed Bill and Hillary have a one-way open marriage! 

Chozick’s book comes out on April 24.

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