Bill Clinton was and still is a sleazy character who wanted to be admired as president and have a good time but never figured to seriously do the job. He did more to destroy the dignity of the office than all the rest combined and contributed mightily to the decay of any sort of ethical standards in America. He was a totally political president who made decisions with no consideration other than increasing his personal popularity, particularly among "soccer moms" that he would have been happy to prey upon individually if given the chance.
I wonder at times how he managed to get elected for two terms, (during which time he accomplished nothing good whatsoever,) then I recall the comment by the columnist H. L. Mencken "Nobody ever lost money underestimating the average American."
Mencken also said "An American presidential election is a thundering battle to the death between tweedledum and tweedledee." Richard Nixon also looked into the 22nd amendment business.