Bill Clinton 'Wouldn't be Surprised' If Aliens Visit Earth, Former President Tells Jimmy Kimmel
By: Erin Ruberry
During President Bill Clinton's two-term tenure in office, one of the questions he wanted answered was: "What's inside Area 51?"
Area 51 is, of course, a top-secret military installation located north of Las Vegas; it was only in December 2013 that a U.S. president publicly acknowledged Area 51's existence, a moment that occurred in a joke by President Obama.
Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night, Clinton said he "wouldn't be surprised" if aliens visit Earth, and that he "had people go look at the records on Area 51 to make sure there was no alien down there."
Unfortunately for believers, "there are no aliens there." Clinton also had all of the papers reviewed from the Roswell UFO incident and said if he'd learned there were extraterrestrials out there, he would have told the American people.
The truth may still be out there, the former president said:
"We know now we live in an ever-expanding universe. We know there are billions of stars and planets, literally, out there. And the universe is getting bigger. We know from our fancy telescopes that just in the last two years more than 20 planets have been identified outside our solar system that seem to be far enough away from their suns and dense enough that they might be able to support some form of life. So it makes it increasing less likely that we’re alone."
If astronauts encounter a UFO, NASA has a set procedure in place. See what happened when astronauts on the International Space Station saw something strange outside the space station:
Are you a believer like President Clinton?