Bill Clinton: I couldn’t be elected now because I don’t like embarrassing people

“I couldn’t be elected anything now ’cause I just don’t like embarrassing people,” Clinton told “CBS Sunday Morning.”

“My mother woulda whipped me for five days in a row when I was a little boy if I spent all my time badmouthing people like this,” Clinton told CBS’s Mo Rocca…

“There’s a Trump supporter here in town that– I walked past his house with my dogs. He had a ‘lock her up’ poster in his front window. And I said to him, ‘If you’re gonna do that to my wife, you make sure the prisons are comfortable. Cause you’re gonna have a lot of company of your supporters in there,’ ” Bill Clinton told CBS.

“And he said, ‘Obama and Hillary started the second Civil War.’ So, there’s division. But underneath that, there’s a core of fundamental decency that can be really skewed when people feel abused, left out, or looked down on,” the former president added.