The Clinton Library

The Washington Whispers reports that President Clintons library is not quite as popular as has been reported.

"His friends have bragged about the massive popularity of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, but Bubba's not so sure. Maybe it's because those reports here and elsewhere of over 100,000 touring the facility in the first six weeks were inflated. We hear now that the National Archives and Records Administration, which operates the facility, says only 42,054 paid to enter. The rest were guests and freebies. And even those numbers are being questioned. They are far fewer than the attendance recorded in the first six weeks at the Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush libraries. No wonder Clinton had this reaction to his library's attendance in Little Rock: "I thought it would be better.""