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Bill Clinton aliens: Bill Clinton talks about existence of aliens

Bill Clinton does not want aliens to arrive like they do in Independence Day.
Bill Clinton does not want aliens to arrive like they do in Independence Day.
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Bill Clinton and aliens? What do they have in common today? Clinton spoke about the existence of aliens in a new interview, and the former president was not talking about illegal aliens either. He was talking about the kind from outer space, and he hopes that they do exist. On April 3, Fox News shared Bill Clinton's comments about aliens.

Bill Clinton spoke about his beliefs when it comes to creatures from outer space in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel on his late night talk show. The former president was the first to admit that he never saw proof of extraterrestrials during his time in office, but he does not think that means they do not exist.

Clinton did joke about the arrival of aliens, and he hoped they didn't arrive like they do in "Independence Day." However, he feels that the arrival of a species from another world might unite the residents of this planet. He said the following:

It may be the only way to unite this increasingly divided world of ours… think about all the differences among people of Earth would seem small if we feel threatened by a space invader.

What do you think? Would the arrival of aliens from another planet bring the beings on this planet closer together?

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