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The truth is. that Bill Clinton was in office during a time when more millionaires were created than ever before. It was the core years of the dot-com and the Internet revolution. What is also true is that, as seen above, the top 1% recouped their losses quickly after the Great Recession. On the other hand, it shows that despite these gains, median incomes continued to fall through 2012. Thereby implying that 99% had substantially greater losses in income through 2012. Of course, that doesn't speak well for the current Democrat in office, now does it?
One last note. Growth in wages stopped a year before Bush got into office because the dot-com bubble burst; sending the stock market reeling. Contrary to Hillary's assertion, George Bush had nothing to do with that, or 9/11, which also caused incomes to fall until they bottomed out in 2004. Then they continued to rise again until the Great Recession hit.
Real Median Household Incomes: https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/MEHOINUSA672N
This chart shows why Hillary Clinton wants to ‘topple’ the 1 percent: http://fusion.net/story/123719/hillary-clinton-income-inequality-topple-1-percent/
Dot-com Bubble: https://www.google.com/search?q=dot+com+bubble&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8