Clinton mocked after announcing release of new memoir about his life as a 'citizen'

 April 6, 2024

A memoir about former President Bill Clinton set to be released soon has many people laughing at its premise.

The memoir, titled, "Citizen: My Life After the White House," will "cover everything from the presidential campaigns of his wife, Hillary Clinton, to his views on events ranging from the Jan. 6 insurrection to the Iraq War."

Clinton seemingly tries to paint himself as just an everyday, American citizen who once held the presidency and called it a day when he was done.

The problem, according to any reasonable-thinking person, is that Clinton has very much been involved in politics since leaving office and is the exact opposite of an everyday "citizen."

Statement issued

The former president issued a statement regarding the book, set to be published in November after the next election.

"I knew as I entered this new chapter of my life that I’d keep score the way I always have: Are people better off when you quit than when you started? Do our children have a brighter future? Are we coming together instead of falling apart?" Clinton's statement read.

He added, "'Citizen' is the story of my 23-plus years since leaving the White House, told largely through the stories of other people who changed my life as I tried to help change theirs, of those who supported me, including those I loved and lost, and of the mistakes I made along the way."

There are countless articles that detail how Clinton is anything but a "citizen" since leaving the White House.

He's been involved behind the scenes probably in many more ways than we'll ever know, and frequently offers career advice to members of his party.

Social media reacts

It was noted in the AP report that the publisher wouldn't confirm whether or not Clinton wrote about Jeffrey Epstein, who he had traveled with on several occasions. The publisher, not surprisingly, wouldn't answer that question.

Social media users made sure to point that out, with many wondering if there would be an included chapter about his pal Epstein.

"Great! Looking forward to the details of the multiple trips to Epstein's Island...?" one X user wrote.

Another X user wrote, "Is there a chapter that covers his exploits on Epstein Island?"

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