It seems the “Big Me” wants Congress to change an amendment or two (surprisingly, it isn’t the 2nd):
Former President Bill Clinton said on Wednesday Congress should change the rule that barred him from seeking a third term in the White House, but stopped short of saying he wants to return as commander-in-chief.
Speaking at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum here, Clinton questioned certain aspects of the 22nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which prevents a person from being elected president more than twice.
Readers of fiction and fantasy enthusiasts will be pleased about this news:
Clinton said he was writing his memoirs, which were due to be published in the autumn of 2004, although he said they may be out before then.