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Attacks by Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, on former President Bill Clinton as a "sexual predator" are seen by many as an indirect strike on Hillary Rodham Clinton's prospective 2016 presidential candidacy. (Associated Press photographs)

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Attacks by Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, on former President Bill Clinton as a "sexual predator" are seen by many as an indirect strike on Hillary Rodham Clinton's prospective 2016 presidential candidacy. (Associated Press photographs)

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** FILE ** Former President Bill Clinton, left, is seen on March 9, 2004, in New York. Monica Lewinsky, is shown in an undated promotional photo provided by Fox. Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, on NBC's "Meet the Press" that Democrats should remember President Clinton's sexual affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky before turning their criticism to Republicans' attitudes toward women. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer/FOX, S.Jones, File)

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Former President Bill Clinton and actress Elizabeth Hurley. (Photo illustration)

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** FILE ** Former President Bill Clinton, left, is seen on March 9, 2004, in New York. Monica Lewinsky, is shown in an undated promotional photo provided by Fox. Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, on NBC's "Meet the Press" that Democrats should remember President Clinton's sexual affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky before turning their criticism to Republicans' attitudes toward women. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer/FOX, S.Jones, File)

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Former President Bill Clinton and actress Elizabeth Hurley. (Photo illustration)

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PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Former President Bill Clinton and actress Elizabeth Hurley.

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Former President Bill Clinton and actress Elizabeth Hurley. (Photo illustration)

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November, 2005 photo of former President Bill Clinton and Liz Hurley at a Russian charity ball.

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November, 2005 photo of former President Bill Clinton and Liz Hurley at a Russian charity ball.

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Former President Bill Clinton was the butt of 4,607 jokes from late-night host Jay Leno between 1992 and 2014, according to a new study. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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Former President Bill Clinton was the butt of 4,607 jokes from late-night host Jay Leno between 1992 and 2014, according to a new study. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks at a CGI Clinton Global Initiative Latin America event at the Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro. During Jay Leno’s two-decade tenure as NBC’s “Tonight” show host, the comic has cracked a total of 4,607 jokes at the expense of President Clinton. The Washington-based Center for Media and Public Affairs counted and catalogued nearly 44,000 jokes Leno made about politics and public affairs during his time at “Tonight,” which ends Thursday. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo, File)

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This Nov. 5, 2012 photo released by NBC shows Jay Leno, host of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," on the set in Burbank, Calif. During Leno’s two-decade tenure as NBC’s “Tonight” show host, the comic has cracked a total of 4,607 jokes at the expense of President Bill Clinton. The Washington-based Center for Media and Public Affairs counted and catalogued nearly 44,000 jokes Leno made about politics and public affairs during his time at “Tonight,” which ends Thursday.(AP Photo/NBC, Paul Drinkwater)