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
Being an ex-president seems like fun. Aside from all the stately activities one might engage in, there also exists the potential for #synergy with your ex-prez buddies to sell some books. George W. Bush and Bill Clinton did just that late Wednesday evening.
We bet he makes the most amazing grandpa! President Bill Clinton spent Veteran's Day on Tuesday at Ellen, speaking with the talk show host about his new role as grandfather. As you may know, his daughter Chelsea gave birth to a baby girl named Charlotte back in September, and he spoke with Ellen DeGeneres all about having [...]
Former President George W. Bush sent an incredible reply after another ex-president, Bill Clinton, asked why he wasn't on Twitter Wednesday evening. Clinton questioned Bush with a tweet saying he received his copy of "41: A Portrait of My Father," Bush's biography of his dad, former President George H.W. Show More Summary
Bill Clinton watches shows like Scandal and House of Cards, and is fascinated by how high up the people who commit murder are in both shows. And he had some dark jokes about murder in Washington on Ellen today...
President Bill Clinton issued a Twitter challenge to two other former presidents, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, on Wednesday evening. Clinton posted a tweet saying he received a copy of "41: A Portrait of My Father," the younger Bush's biography of his famous dad. Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton has announced his next big television appearance in Hollywood, in which he will appear on the Queen Latifah Show this coming Friday. According to the Hollywood Reporter, this marks the first time the Queen...Show More Summary
Earlier this week on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," former President Bill Clinton joked he wished he could get away with murder like they do on the popular TV series "Scandal" and "House of Cards," saying, "so little time so many people who have it coming." Follow Pam Key On Twitter @pamkeyNEN
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Bill Clinton popped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday with some big news, or so host Ellen suggested. “I understand
Interviewers of all kinds have been prodding the Clintons with questions from every angle in hopes of gathering a clue about Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential intentions.
He held the Oval Office for eight years and now President Bill Clinton hopes to see his wife Hillary do the same. The former Commander-in-Chief dropped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to talk about the upcoming 2016 election and his hope...Show More Summary
Via the Washington Post: Clinton called his wife “a doting, giddy” grandmother, and called watching 6-week old Charlotte, the couple’s first grandchild, the daughter of Chelsea Clinton and husband Marc Mezvinsky “a hoot.” Degeneres later...Show More Summary
Former president Bill Clinton offered a bombshell revelation about his wife during an appearance on “The Ellen Degeneres Show” on Tuesday. Host Ellen Degeneres seemed to surprise the ex-prez by starting out a segment with an attempt to set up a big reveal. “I understand you have a big announcement about your wife,” she began. Clinton […]
Tuesday on NBC’s “Today” show on Tuesday, during Jenna Bush Hager interview with her father and grandfather, former Presidents George W. and George H.W. Bush, the friendship with former rival President Bill Clinton was discussed. Bush talked about his unlikely friendship with Bill Clinton saying, "Bubba, he’s a good man. I like him.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
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A fellow Arkansan once said that Bill Clinton “would rather climb a tree to tell a lie than stand on the ground to tell the truth.” And it seems President Obama would rather start an unnecessary fight than get his way and get along with Republicans. A case in point is his attorney general nominee, […]
To get it out of the way right at the top: No, he didn't play saxophone. But that hardly stopped Bill Clinton from strutting across the stage of the Dolby Theatre like a true-blue jazz cat.
In a season in which the Detroit Lions are 7-2 for the first time since Bill Clinton's first year as President, the team has accomplished a rare feat also dating back to Clinton's early days in the White House. According to the Pro Football...Show More Summary
Recent news that club owner Marc Barnes was arrested and charged with misdemeanor second-degree theft and destruction of property, revealed one random fact that absolutely warrants deeper review. Bill Clinton–former president, global thought leader, and world’s greatest granddad–once partied at Barnes’s Dream (now called Love) nightclub. Show More Summary