The former president's defense for his wife comes amid reports of a joint probe into the Clinton Foundation by the FBI and various US Attorneys, Preet Bharara being the most notable among them.
Despite the FBI's lack of prosecution, Clinton decided to draw attention to the private server in order to shift the public eye away from other scandals.
Bill would be smart to focus the attention on his wife's server scandal, since the Clinton Foundation exhibits the deepest signs of corruption within the Clinton family.
The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Bharara has routed corruption out from both political parties in his state, taking down the Republican state senate Majority Leader and the Democratic Speaker of the Assembly.
In July, FBI ended the criminal investigation of Hillary's private server, but this latest development offers a new possibility of justice being served before November.
Last year, the Washington Post reported the Clinton Foundation raised over $2 billion dollars since its inception in 2001. A significant amount of large contributions originated from foreign donors, ranging from Arab sheikhs to foreign companies.
Foreign donors make up more than half of those who have given more than $5 million to the Clinton Foundation.
During Hillary's tenure as Secretary of State, the Clinton Foundation raked in millions from foreign donors as Secretary Clinton awarded them weapons and trade deals, turning the State Department into a pay-to-play organization.
Nearly half of the donors backing Ready for Hillary, one of her earliest campaign groups, also provide contributions to the Clinton Foundation.
These foreign donors are barred from funding US political candidates, who cannot accept donations from foreign governments or entities based outside of the US.
Still, this has not stopped Hillary from circumventing these restrictions with her powerful foundation. These extensive donor networks may prove to be the most vulnerable point of the Clinton machine.