Skip to comments.Bill Clinton launches new podcast ‘Why Am I Telling You This?’
Posted on 02/04/2021 8:24:56 AM PST by ChicagoConservative27
Feb. 4 (UPI) — Former President Bill Clinton has partnered with iHeartMedia and launched on Thursday a new podcast, titled Why Am I Tell You This? With Bill Clinton.
The first episode, available on iHeartRadio and across all major podcast platforms, features Bill Clinton speaking with jazz musician Wynton Marsalis to discuss his life and recent works The Ever Fonky Lowdown and The Democracy! Suite.
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Bet they don’t allow comments.
They’ll be bringing out ObaMa as well.....and any others because Biden can’t do his job before an audience..
“Bill Clinton: Why am I telling you this?” in which Slick Willie regales his listeners with ribald anecdotes of his days as a player in Arkansas, the White House and on Jeff Epstein’s Pleasure Island.
More lies from a convicted liar.
He won’t be telling me.
Followed by my podcast “Nobody gives a s***, Billy Jeff”.
“Tales Of Ribaldry!”
Lovitz was great! Clinton? Roll of quarters man—meh...
And we can always trust what any Clinton says, right? He lied in office, she lied in office. Thanks, but no thanks. I prefer to not dance with the devil or his minions.
Joe with a mullet.
Because you were ordered by the court to tell everyone who lives within a thousand feet of you?
Will Hillary be allowed to be a guest to talk about her claims of election fraud or is that topic verboten for her, too?
Reminds me of OJ Simpson “If I Did It”.
The Herpes of American Political culture flaring up again I see.
“Bill Clinton launches new podcast ‘Why Am I Telling You This?’”
Anything he says is just to deflect away from the truth for any matter.
Hey “slick Willy”....... GO AWAY!!
“Why Am I Telling You This?”
Because she cannot STFU!!!
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