Chelsea Clinton — the famed kin of President Bill Clinton and U.S. Senator Hillary — worked the graveyard shift at a City Harvest event.
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How will President Obama scratch his “six year itch”? This malady, coined by political scientists, means that presidents in their sixth year of incumbency, from Ulysses Grant to Barack Obama (Bill Clinton was the exception), suffer large losses in mid-term elections and become lame duck status with weakened political stature. So far and contrary to the […]
The former president lamented that "we don't want to be around anybody who disagrees with us."
Former President Bill Clinton said at an event in Washington on Wednesday night that the current president is on solid ground pursuing the executive action on immigration. "As far as I can tell, every president in the modern era has issued some executive action on immigration. Show More Summary
Clinton says President Obama is on firm legal ground with his immigration moves. Speaking at the New Republic’s centennial gala, former President Bill Clinton said Obama’s action was consistent with executive precedent. “As far as I can tell, every president in the modern era has issued some executive action on immigration,” Clinton said according to [...]
Chris Hughes, the owner, gives a speech about looking toward the future and embracing experimentation. The editors talk about protecting the past.
Changing the name of the William J. Clinton Foundation to the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation in 2013 helped boost donations by
Days after Republicans feasted on her claim that corporations don't create jobs, Hillary Clinton tried to "be absolutely clear about what I've been saying for a couple of decades. Our economy grows when businesses and entrepreneurs create...Show More Summary
At the conclusion of a day-long symposium on the presidency of Bill Clinton to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his presidential library and foundation in Little Rock, the 42nd president of the United States emerged to react to what had been said. Hearing him speak was akin to hearing a comforting voice in the middle […]
Even former presidents still have items waiting to be checked off their bucket lists apparently. On Saturday, former President Bill Clinton sat down for an interview with Politico’s Chief White House Correspondent Mike Allen at the Clinton...Show More Summary
He's eloquent, he's popular... and he's out of touch with the daily lives of most Americans. Bill Clinton's economic worldview spells trouble, both for a party that's still reeling from defeat and for a nation where millions of people...Show More Summary
An unlikely bromance
This is what happens when former presidents discover hashtags. Bill Clinton Tweeted a thank you to George W. Bush Wedesday for receiving a copy of his new book, "41," with the hashtag: HowAreYouSTILLNotOnTwitter. Then Bush replied with...Show More Summary
George W. Bush followed Bill Clinton into the White House -- but he's not following him on Twitter. The two former presidents traded lighthearted barbs on social media this week -- but the one thing they agree on is their admiration of George H.W. Bush.
Finally, we've reached social media's high-water mark: George W. Bush used Instagram to proclaim that Bill Clinton is his "brother from another mother." See also: George W. Bush just won't give up on this whole painting business Here's how it went down. Show More Summary
Does George W. Bush know Jeb’s plans? They’ve come a long way since 1992, but former President George W. Bush says his friendship with his predecessor Bill Clinton will remain intact “when Jeb beats Hillary.” “Look, I’ll still like him [Bill Clinton], if Jeb—when Jeb beats Hillary,” a smiling Bush told Fox News’ Sean Hannity [...]
Democrat vs. Republican. Yale Law vs. Harvard Business. Twitter vs. Instagram. These are the core conflicts of our time — at least, according to the 42nd and 43rd presidents of the United States. Bill Clinton and George W. Bush engaged...Show More Summary
Forget the 2016 elections. The best presidential debates can be found on social media. On Wednesday, former president Bill Clinton tweeted this photo of himself reading "41," George W. Bush's new book, with the message: "Received my copy of #41 by #43, George W. Show More Summary