In the wake of speculation about the state of his marriage and his wife’s future plans once they leave White House, President Clinton at a Friday press conference offered some answers. As for the marriage: “We’re working hard, and we love each other very much.” He also said he did not have “a clue” whether Hillary would run for the Senate from New York, but he did acknowledge for the first time publicly that she had long ago suggested they move to Manhattan when his term ended — although he implied they would be spending a good deal of time apart, because he would be at his Presidential library in Arkansas. His tone at the press gathering was “generally conversational,” said The New York Times, “but he became visibly testy when he was asked whether his ‘legacy will be about lying.'”

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