Which is true about Bill Clinton?
A. He appealed to young voters.
B. He believed in trickle down economics.
C. He represented conservative values.
D. He promised not to raise taxes, but was forced to.
Explanation: He had an easy going charm that young people found a welcome change from the older politicians who were increasingly out of touch with modern culture. He also played the saxophone and had a wicked sense of humor. He did not have conservative values or support trickle down economics. These are both Republican ideals that President Clinton as a Democrat did not champion. He did promise to increase taxes during his campaign and implemented the planned hikes during his term in office.