From your own attachment:
Some readers wrote to us saying we should have made clear the difference between the federal deficit and the federal debt. A deficit occurs when the government takes in less money than it spends in a given year. The debt is the total amount the government owes at any given time. So the debt goes up in any given year by the amount of the deficit, or it decreases by the amount of any surplus.
Here's the debt data straight from the U.S. Treasury website:
The debt goes up each and every year of the Clinton administration, ergo Clinton ran a deficit each and every year of his term. Let me repeat: Clinton ran a deficit throughout his term.