Should Hilary Clinton be elected president of the United States, Bill Clinton's Scottish friends would refer to him as the "first laddie," the former president suggested during a recent TV appearance.
"My Scottish friends say I should be called 'first laddie' because it's the closest thing to 'first lady'," Clinton jokingly suggested the unique reference during an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," on Tuesday.
However, the former president quickly shifted gears and added the title isn't important. "I'm not so worried about what I'm called as what I'm called upon to do," the Chicago Tribune quoted Clinton as saying.
Democratic front-runner Sen. Hillary Clinton, (D-NY), is all geared up for the upcoming presidential elections. However, former president feels he would like to just wait and watch.
The former first lady too made an appearance on Thursday's "The Late Show" by David Letterman. Asked by talk-show host David Letterman if Bill Clinton could serve as her vice president should she be elected to the White House, Hillary acknowledged that he could not.
"Believe me," she joked, "he looked into that."
However, during his earlier appearance on the David Letterman show, Bill Clinton remembered his trip to Africa and said, "I saw female lions go after warthogs while the male lions just lay there and watched. Which I thought was good preparation for my future."