“In just a few days, I will be 60 years old. I hate it, but it’s true,” the snowy-haired veteran of two tumultuous White House terms said.
“For most of my working life, I was the youngest person doing what I was doing. Then one day I woke up and I was the oldest person in every room,” said Clinton, who was a youthful 44 when he was first elected president, in 1992.
If Clinton was 44 when he was elected in 1992, and 1992 was 14 years ago, then he’ll be 58 in November, not 60.
As it happens, Clinton was born in 1946, meaning he was 46 when he was elected in 1992.