By NORM D. GUERRE 7/8/2015
WASHINGTON-Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that a woman’s face should be on a Bill, and that whoever the woman is, it should definitely be her face that is on the Bill.
“I want a woman on the Bill,” Clinton said on CNN in her first national TV interview since announcing her second bid for president. “A woman should have her own Bill and not have to share it with anyone else.”
Clinton’s remarks came after the Treasury Department recently announced that it will a yet-to-be determined woman will appear on a Bill. In a discussion of which woman’s face may be on the Bill, four contenders within recent history were mentioned: Monica Lewinsky, Gennifer Flowers, Kathleen Willey, and Paula Jones.
While glad that a woman’s face was to be on a Bill, Clinton seemed miffed that it was not her own.
“I look forward to the day that I am able to see my own face on a Bill,” Clinton stated in her closing remarks. “I’m not picky about which Bill I’d like to see my face on,” she paused “but I would certainly like that kind of attention.”