Bill Clinton is not dead in 2022 as a baseless hoax emerges
Bill Clinton is not dead in 2022 as a baseless hoax emerges

Bill Clinton is not dead in 2022 as a baseless hoax emerges

rumor this is making the twitter circulation claim that former US President Bill Clinton is dead, but there is no truth to it.

The 75-year-old was hospitalized in October 2021 due to an infection, and the false claim cites his previous medical condition as the reason for his death.

The former POTUS is the latest to be targeted by such false death rumours. Many other popular celebrities have also fallen prey to it in recent months.

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Bill Clinton did not die in 2022

There are several reasons not to believe the hoax that claims Bill is dead.

Some took to Twitter on Wednesday, July 27 to see if the former president died after seeing a screenshot of a fake news report with the headline “Former President Bill Clinton Dies at TK Following Hospitalization for Infection,” started circulating on the social media app.

Description is credited to “NBC Today.”

However, there is no article on the internet – on NBC or elsewhere – reporting what the screenshot claimed.

Bill was the former President of the United States of America. If the rumor was indeed true, it would have been officially announced, which is not the case here.

The former president was previously hospitalized

Bill was hospitalized in October 2021 for a urinary tract infection, CNN reports.

He was kept in the intensive care unit as he was treated for the infection that had spread to his blood. Doctors, however, revealed that he was only in the ICU for privacy and safety and that he did not actually need intensive care.

The 42nd President of the United States was said to be in good spirits and spent his time in the hospital joking and chatting.

His the spokesperson, Angel Urena, shared on October 17 that Bill had been released from the hospital.

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A wave of death pranks

Unfortunately, several celebrities have been falsely killed by a series of sick rumors that have taken over social media lately.

HITC has recently debunked several celebrity death hoaxes, including Snoop Dogg, Bob Selleck, Tom Holland and YouTuber Shane Dawson.

As false rumors like the above are increasing by the day, you need to be careful about what you see and read on the internet.

We also suggest you report fake news to avoid spreading misinformation.

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