I am copying and pasting the picture you posted for this question. The Wall Street Journal on the left does show Bill Clinton's picture, but clearly says "Hillary Clinton Wins Nomination." The Wall Street Journal on the right shows a picture of Hillary Clinton and says "Clinton wins historic nomination." However, even if a newspaper listed Bill Clinton's picture on the front of the paper and just said "Clinton wins nomination," at this stage of the ball game if any voter is confused as to who is running for President representing the democratic party that voter has more issues to worry about than a newspaper trying to trick them. In addition many papers are using the term "historic" nomination because she is the first woman to win nomination from a major party. Nothing would be historic for a white male to win a nomination. So I do not think any paper (except maybe a spoof paper like the Onion) would think anyone would be fooled into thinking Bill is running again. Also, Hillary does not control the media and if she hypothetically did control the media I would think she would have used it to handle the reporting on Benghazi, Emails, Bill Clinton's affairs, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz's running of the DNC, issue regarding Bernie, used it more to put down Trump rather than have people think they are voting for Bill Clinton.