Sometimes when I listen to interviews I hear things that just knock me out of my chair. It is well known that former President Jimmy Carter has little or no respect for former President Clinton. It probably goes back to when Castro opened up his prisons and the US was faced with a flood of Cuban criminals while Carter was president and Clinton was governor of Arkansas. One group of prisoners was being held at Fort Chafee, Arkansas and rioted during their stay there. This gave Clinton the opportunity to demostrate to locals that he was not a "nigger-lover" as he had been accused of being in past campaigns. He did a good Orval Faubus (who had a place of honor at his inauguration ceremony) imitiation and said that he would defy the federal government "even if they send the whole US Army down here." That probably annoyed President Carter a tad.
Jim Lehrer, on the PBS News Hour show tonight, asked Carter some questions about the Oslo Accords and Carter mentioned that he attended a 1993 celebration of the signing of the accords in the White House as the Clinton administration tried to take credit for something they no part in. Lehrer did not ask a followup on that little knife in the back President Carter stuck into President Clinton who at the time was desparate for any positive news. Wonder why.