Editors at The New York Post react to a recent campaign stumble from former President (and potential future First Gentleman?) Bill Clinton.

Bill Clinton just found himself in a world of hurt — for telling the truth.

In a fiery comeback to Black Lives Matter hecklers Thursday, Clinton defended his own anti-crime policies as well as his wife Hillary’s 1996 reference to thugs as “super predators” — for which she’s apologized.

“I don’t know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them out into the street to murder other African-American children,” Clinton said. “Maybe you thought they were good citizens. [Hillary] didn’t.”

Bill ripped the BLM folks for “defending the people who killed the lives you say matter” and challenged them to “tell the truth.”

He’s perfectly right, of course. Just as he was right in 1994 when he signed the bipartisan get-tough bill that helped spark a historic nationwide reduction in crime.

“Because of that bill,” he noted, “we have a 25-year low in crime, a 33-year low in murder rate .?.?. Whose lives were saved that mattered?”

Yet many on the left don’t like to hear the truth. Indeed, the Democratic Party has shifted so far that those policies are now deemed racist — and Bill’s remarks wound up infuriating some of the very voters Hillary needs to fend off Bernie Sanders.

So quick as a wink, Bill apologized.

Poor Bill. Poor Hillary.