Bill Clinton arrived in SF Tuesday morning and made an appearance at a breakfast reception as part of a speaking and fundraising tour as he stumps for his wife in the presidential race. The former president made campaign stops Monday in Sacramento and Stockton ahead of the June 7 California primary, and this afternoon he was scheduled to appear at a fundraiser in Fremont, as KTVU reports.

As the Mercury News tells us, Bill did a meet-and-greet for about 15 minutes this morning at the Washington Bakery and Restaurant, "posing for photos and sharing pleasantries with patrons who spoke limited English." This was before he was whisked off to the more expensive SF breakfast fundraiser where tickets went for between $250 and $2,700.

Regarding a brand new, totally sinister 15-second ad spot launched by the Trump campaign yesterday referring to the former president's past sex scandals and implying that he is a rapist, Clinton responded to a reporter saying, "I don't answer Mr. Trump. I trust the voters."

Hillary Clinton will join her husband Wednesday for a fundraiser in Atherton, followed Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Parkside Hall in San Jose for a rally.

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