On Tuesday evening, Piers Morgan sat down with former president Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting. Clinton, who is also the founder of the initiative, talked politics both in the United States and abroad.
During the interview, Morgan asked Clinton about the possibility of running again for office, but in Europe:
"We're trying to change the rules in Britain," joked Morgan. "Because if you can't be president again here, we'd quite like you to be prime minister in our country."
"There are only two countries I'm eligible to run for the leadership positions," Clinton replied. "I can run for president of Ireland, because of my Irish heritage."
"And because I was born in Arkansas, which is part of the Louisiana Purchase, any person anywhere in the world that was born in a place that ever was part of the French empire, if you move to - if you live in France for six months and speak French, you can run for president."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Clinton explains how even though he is eligible to run for office in France, his "broken French with a Southern accent" might adversely affect his election.
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