The Clinton campaign is doing its level best to scuttle any mention of Bill Clinton, and to keep his as far away from the campaign trail as possible.
But while Bill might be taking a backseat (do I take the ridiculous joke that's just hanging out there about "paradise by the dashboard light?") to his wife and to her advisors, it seems the campaign is looking to another member of the family to take up the reins of the stereotypical "campaign spouse." According to professional Clinton-watchers, Chelsea Clinton, not Bill Clinton is actually the frontrunner among Clintonites to be the First Lady.
If the Clintons were to move back into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the first daughter, Chelsea, would presumably take on the traditional responsibilities of the first lady, an expert on the White House tells Daily Mail Online.