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Tags: Trump Administration | Democrats 2016 | Hillary Clinton | Rush Limbaugh | rush limbaugh | bill clinton | geriatric

Rush: Bill Clinton Looked Geriatric in Iowa

(Daily Rushbo via YouTube)

By    |   Tuesday, 02 February 2016 05:47 PM

Bill Clinton didn't look in the best of health at Hillary Clinton's speech after narrowly winning the Iowa caucuses on Monday night, talk radio host Rush Limbaugh observed on Tuesday's show. 

"[I]f you notice Bill Clinton behind her. And that was… What's the word? I was gonna say 'scary,' but, no, it was shocking the way Bill Clinton looked last night," Limbaugh told his audience. "It's clearly not the 1990s, and there aren't a bunch of bikini-clad babes running ...," he began before rethinking. "Well, there might still be that. With Bill Clinton, you never know."

Limbaugh has noted before that both Bill Clinton and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump both are 69 years old, but that Trump appears to have held up better.

"I saw it all," Limbaugh said of Clinton. "I saw Prep H, I saw Geritol, I saw Fixodent, I saw Depends, I saw it all. I saw dripping saliva. I saw it all, folks. It was astounding. "

He didn't have kind words for Hillary Clinton either.

"And in front of him, Hillary's running around screeching like a bunch of seagulls that have been starved out near Alcatraz for a while," Limbaugh said.

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Bill Clinton didn't look in the best of health at Hillary Clinton's speech after narrowly winning the Iowa caucuses on Monday night, talk radio host Rush Limbaugh observed on Tuesday's show.
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