Bill Clinton is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night, although “scheduled” might be a bit misleading, given that the former President has never met a time limit he couldn’t double.
At the 1988 convention, Clinton blew past an allotted 15 minutes to speak for 33 (largely panned) minutes. In 2012, he went even longer, clocking in at 49 minutes to a far warmer reception. But speaking tonight just hours after his wife’s formal nomination, there’s no telling how far Bill might go.
30 minutes? An hour? A couple days? The sky (and the possible heat death of the universe) is the limit.