Last chance for the baby boomers
Much of Hillary's chances will rest on if her husband helps or hinders her, writes Gerard O'Regan
I was lucky enough to be at a lunch table where Bill Clinton was the star guest a few years ago - and rarely was an eating engagement looked forward to with such anticipation.
All who attended presumed the conversation would be insightful, and hopefully just a little free-flowing, peppered with a few anecdotes that only a former President of the United States could offer.
Given the fact that at the time he was a private citizen, having held down the most powerful job in the world for eight years, there just might also be some delicious moments of off-the-record gossip.