Bill Clinton: I Love Being Called 'The First Black President'

'And it was such a gift to me that I grew up free of that -- '

CLINTON: "-- so I was raised in a different way. I was at home in the church, at home in the culture, at home. And it was such a gift to me that I grew up free of that, and I deserve no credit for it whatsoever. It's the way I was raised. So I love being called 'the first black president.'"

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