Presidents of the United States
Bill and Hillary Clinton's deal: a 52-year pact
Bill and Hillary Clinton's deal: a 52-year pact

As political marriages go, few have fascinated the American public more than Bill and Hillary Clinton’s 38-year union. Their bond faced strenuous tests during their journey from the Arkansas governor’s mansion to the White House. With the stress and legal hassles of the Whitewater, Monica Lewinsky and impeachment cases, many voters openly wondered whether the couple would last once they left the White House. In an interview with "BBC Newsnight" in India on Thursday, Bill Clinton revealed that the couple did, in fact, strike a deal—a kind of 52-year pact. When Hillary ran for president in 2008, Bill began telling people that it was “her time” and he...