Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell said Tuesday on "Your World" that the Clintons appear to have become the "biggest assets" for Republican candidates going into the 2018 midterm elections.

Caldwell was reacting to President Bill Clinton's tense exchanges with journalists who have asked him about the Lewinsky scandal in recent days.

He and some other members of Neil Cavuto's panel said Democratic candidates will have to seriously consider whether the presence of Bill or Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail will help or hurt the campaigns.

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Caldwell added that Bill Clinton admitted that "candidate" Donald Trump was correct about the "anxiety" felt by voters and the "economic angst people felt."

"Who would've thought that the Clintons would've become the Republican Party's biggest assets?" he asked.

Democratic strategist Robin Biro countered that both Presidents Clinton and Trump are "painting themselves as victims" when it comes to the Lewinsky scandal and Philadelphia Eagles debacle.

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