It has long been said that Bill Clinton's popularity with the voting public began to soar when he played his saxophone of "The Arsenio Hall Show." (You can see that video below.) That was in June, 1992. Six months later he was elected the 42nd President of the United States, which begs the question: When it comes to presidential elections, does music make the heart grow fonder? In the case of current presidential front-runner Donald Trump, probably not.
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