Watch: What Tim Allen Just Revealed About Bill Clinton Meeting His Wife Won’t Make Hillary Too Happy

When comedian Tim Allen met former President Bill Clinton, he realized pretty quickly that he was taking second billing on that occasion to a woman — his own wife.

Allen recalled the incident Thursday night while chatting with Megyn Kelly on Fox News’s The Kelly File.

“He was eyeballing my wife the entire time we were talking,” Allen said.

“He really was!” Allen added during Kelly’s brief giggling fit. “My wife’s gorgeous. He kept looking at me, but he was like, ‘How you doing? Nice talking to you, love your show.’”

Allen said he still managed to enjoy the encounter with the former president. He said he admired Clinton’s quick intellect.

“He’s a nice guy,” Allen said. “He did a 40-minute, off-the-cuff speech about the environment or something. He’s brilliant on stuff like that.”

Allen had few positive things to say about Hillary Clinton, saying that after the recent campaign stunt where she barked like a dog, she does not have the talent for comedy.

Despite the marital issues surrounding Bill and HIllary, the Clintons are a team, noted writer Sally Bedell Smith in a book on the couple from 2008.

“But whether or not the Clintons love each other in the way of most happily married couples, there is no doubt about their commitment to the pursuit of political power,” Smith wrote. “In some ways, they remain an unlikely couple; the earnest Methodist overachiever who freely acknowledges ‘I don’t do spontaneity’ and the instinctively affable and loquacious charmer who makes everything look easy.”

“Hillary considers Bill a ‘force of nature,’” Smith wrote. “Yet nearly everything about him is contradicted by something else. His wide-ranging intellect can be overridden by lapses in everyday common sense. He is by turns empathetic and self-absorbed, focused and undisciplined, cerebral and priapic, idealistic and cynical, honest and evasive, inspiring and mortifying.”

h/t: The Hill

Watch: Trump Supporter Crashes Bill Clinton Event- Clinton’s Immediate Response Raises Eyebrows

Former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are out on the campaign trail for their respective family members this week in South Carolina.

Former President Bush is campaigning for brother Jeb Bush, while former President Clinton is campaigning for wife, Hillary. Both former presidents have, through their political crosshairs, Donald Trump in their sights.

While Bush seems a bit more subtle in his attacks of Trump, Clinton is much more direct, even comparing Trump to Moses.

Bill Clinton was addressing a crowd of his wife’s supporters when a taller-than-most, supposed Trump supporter lifted a sign which read, “The Silent Majority Stands with Trump.” The Trump supporter even turned to face the crowd, revealing his wearing a Trump T-shirt.

“I want you to hear this. Before he (Trump) became a Republican, or when he was…,”  Bill Clinton said.

The protester interrupted, shouting, “You took his money.”

Clinton replied, “I certainly did. I took his money for my foundation where I used it better than he’s using it now, I’ll guarantee you.”

“I remember when he called me to say how terrible the Republicans had been to me and how unfair they were and what a brilliant job Hillary did at the center (a reference to a legal aid center Clinton claimed his wife started in the Ozarks),” Bill said of Trump’s past support for the Clintons.

“Here’s what I recommend,” the former president said. “If you want to build a wall on the Rio Grande River and you want to send the 11 million immigrants home, then you should follow him like Moses into the promised land.  But, if you believe that President Obama saved us from a depression, and now it’s time to prove we can make America work for everybody again if we all work together, you should be for Hillary.”

It is unclear how or why the supposed Trump protestor was allowed to stay in the crowd, as some who cause such a disruption are escorted out. The protestor can be seen mumbling to people in the crowd, unclear as to what was said, leaving some to possibly question if he was not simply part of the speech.

h/t: The American Mirror

WATCH: Bill Clinton Just Said Something Jaw-Dropping About Marriage To Hillary, He Might Regret It…

As former President Bill Clinton takes a more prominent role in his wife’s White House bid, he has already been the subject of headlines unrelated directly to the Hillary Clinton campaign. Whether health concerns stemming from his frequently shaky hands or a renewed interest in several the many sexual abuse allegations levied against him, the 42nd president remains a topic of media analysis two decades after his administration was in its heyday.

A couple of comments he has made during campaign stops on his wife’s behalf are now being dissected by news outlets and social media commentators. While the prominent couple’s marriage has long been fodder for critics who say it is more a relationship of political convenience than one based on genuine emotion, Bill Clinton did himself no favors by suggesting at least twice that he sometimes wishes he weren’t married.

“The hotter this election gets,” he said in one speech, “the more I wish I were just a former president and, just for a few months, not the spouse of an ex-one. Because, you know, I have to be careful what I say.”

In another speech, he introduced Hillary Clinton with a similar sentiment.

“Sometimes when I walk on a stage like this,” he said, “I wish we weren’t married. Then I could say what I really think.”

Report: Hillary Is Planning Something Big That Reveals Her Campaign Could Be In HUGE Trouble

Decisions on presidential campaign strategies often change based on the results of the early primaries. The Clinton campaign is currently facing such decisions, according to several people familiar with the situation.

Dissatisfaction with the messaging and digital operations in her presidential campaign has prompted Hillary Clinton to consider changes in her staff and strategy. No decision is expected until the results of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, in which she is expected to experience a loss.

Clinton had made plans to wait until the first four primaries to evaluate the necessity of reassessing the staff at her campaign headquarters in Brooklyn.

Stunned by her narrow victory in Iowa and the revelation of polls that show her losing in New Hampshire by 20 percent, Clinton has become more critical of aides and ordered the reassessment to be done sooner.

A Democratic official, who regularly speaks to the Clintons said, “The Clintons are not happy and have been letting us know that. The idea is that we need a more forward-looking message for the primary, but also for the general election too. There’s no sense of panic, but there is an urgency to fix these problems now.”

Shortly after Politico first reported a staff shake-up was in the works, Hillary Clinton sat down with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and denied that she planned to fire anybody. She said a reappraisal of the campaign was only natural as the primaries progressed.

Clinton dismissed the Politico report as “gossip,” saying she had “no idea what they’re talking about or who they are talking to.”

Watch: Bill Clinton’s Health In Question After He Was Caught Doing This At Campaign Rally

Last month, Western Journalism reported what viewers were noticing in regards to the health of former president Bill Clinton: His hands shake constantly.

Yet, Hillary Clinton chose to use her husband on the campaign trail noting, “I’m going to use him as a goodwill emissary to go around the country to find the best ideas we’ve got, because I believe, as he said, ‘Everything that’s wrong with America has been solved somewhere in America,’” she said.

The hand shaking as well as the campaigning for his wife continue as Bill Clinton attacked Bernie Sanders and his supporters over the weekend. Holding up printouts of comments made about his wife, Bill Clinton took umbrage with what was said about Hillary.

“For her, this is not about grand theories of revolution,” he said, all the while hands visibly shaking and voice seeming weaker than what Americans may remember when he was president. “This is about whether we can improve people’s lives. Vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane, often not to mention sexist, to repeat.”

Clinton is trailing in the polls in New Hampshire, behind Democrat and socialist Sanders. Sanders has 56 percent of the vote to Clinton’s 40 percent. Sanders, for his part, defended Hillary Clinton’s honor claiming his campaign is not behind the attacks, condemning anything remotely associated with the Clintons’ accusations.

“It’s disgusting. Look, we don’t want that crap.  We’ll do everything that we can and I think we’ve tried,” said Sanders in response to the accusations his campaign is engaged in what Clinton has called “artful smears.”

Sanders also reportedly told CNN on Sunday, “Anybody who’s supporting me and doing sexist things — we don’t want them…I don’t want them. That’s not what this campaign’s about.”