In 2009, as President Obama’s Affordable Care Act reached a crucial phase, his top diplomat pressed members of Congress and was keenly interested in the bill.
Millennial voters who grew up during -- or were born after -- the Bill Clinton presidency, have understandably found the Boomer loyalty to and support of our former First Lady, New York Senator and Secretary of State, to be utterly inexplicable. Show More Summary
In her speech claiming victory after the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton proclaimed herself "a progressive who gets things done." I had to laugh. And it wasn't just because former President Bill Clinton - the centrist Triangulator-in-Chief...Show More Summary
Former president Bill Clinton is scheduled to headline a rally in Columbia, S.C., on Wednesday night aimed at firing up African American voters, a key constituency in the state's upcoming Democratic primary. The campaign also announced that over the next month, more than 170 black women, from grass-roots activists to elected officials to entertainers, will […]
New York Times: “The close results were deeply unnerving to Mrs. Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, as well as her advisers, some of whom had expressed growing confidence in recent days that they had recaptured political momentum [...]
In a 1998 speech, Bill Clinton lauded four African presidents for their commitment to democracy and free markets. Three of them are still in power today. The fourth one is dead. Eighteen years later, the strong men are still mostly going...Show More Summary
The former Arkansas governor announced his 2016 bid in May in the hometown he shares with former President Bill Clinton, joining what would become a crowded Republican field that included many political newcomers. [...] he did alignShow More Summary
On September 11, 1996, a few weeks after President Bill Clinton signed a landmark welfare reform bill, Peter Edelman and Mary Jo Bane, both assistant secretaries in the Department of Health and Human Services, resigned. Edelman, a longtime...Show More Summary
James Carville, the well-known political adviser to former President Bill Clinton, is a bit baffled that more donors have given to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) than to Hillary Clinton, especially given the former secretary of state'sShow More Summary
DAVENPORT, Iowa - Bill Clinton played the charmer and the closer Friday night, telling Iowa Democrats that Hillary Clinton will always "make something good happen" as president. Appearing with his wife for the first big joint rally of the 2016 campaign, the former president told fond stories from 45 years together and praised his wife […]
During Bill Clinton‘s time in office, the President watched a total of 171 movies, ranging from comedies to dramas to fantasy pictures. The President has eclectic taste in movies, and based on what he watched from 1993 to 2001, he’s got pretty good taste, too. Show More Summary
WAVERLY, Iowa - Former President Bill Clinton launched a four-day blitz across eastern Iowa at Wartburg College Thursday morning. The event was the first of nine solo events which the former President will hold in Iowa this weekend as he seeks to boost support for his wife's presidential campaign. Show More Summary
“The best perk of the White House is not Air Force One or Camp David or anything else, it’s the wonderful movie theater I get here,” President Bill Clinton told Roger Ebert in 1999. Read more...
Tim Allen had some harsh words for former president Bill Clinton and his wife and Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, likening them to herpes. The 62-year-old actor talked to The Hollywood Reporter and answered questions about his long-running comedy sitcom, Last Man Standing. Show More Summary
For the second time in 10 months, New York Times reporter Patrick Healy has issued a breathless piece describing former President Bill Clinton as old and out of touch on the stump. This one is based largely on Clinton's purported performance...Show More Summary
Former president Bill Clinton spoke recently to Iowa voters, explaining that the best way to understand his wife Hillary Clinton is through her Methodist Christian faith.
As the former president tries to energize his wife’s campaign, even some of his admirers wonder about his more subdued style and faded magnetism.
Former president Bill Clinton was back on the campaign trail in Iowa Wednesday, calling his presidential candidate wife Hillary a changemaker as her rival surged ahead in a new poll. “There’s only one person who is a proven changemaker on hostile territory,” the ex-president told a...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bill Clinton's past behavior with women is becoming something of an issue in his wife's campaign for president. And potential voters seem conflicted over whether it should be. In dozens of AP interviews across the U.S.,...Show More Summary
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