In a a preview of an interview with CNN Español's Juan Carlos Lopez on Tuesday, former President Bill Clinton moderated his remark from two weeks ago that President Barack Obama should honor his "if you like your plan, you can keep your plan" pledge.
A month or so ago, a PR person sent me a ridiculously misleading (to potentially dishonest) Forbes piece by Ev Ehrlich, former undersecretary of commerce for President Bill Clinton, arguing against net neutrality. The piece was so ridiculous...Show More Summary
(CNN) – Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday defended his controversial comments in which he said early last month that President Barack Obama "should honor" his promise to Americans that if they liked their health insurance plans, they'd be able to keep them under the Affordable Care Act. "I was trying to be supportive of […]
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One of Bill Clinton’s weaknesses is bragging -- outrageous bragging. Why he has to do it, I don’t know. Think of all his worldly achievements: the presidency and so on.In his first term, he said, “I am the only president who knew something about agriculture when I got there.” And we immediately thought of Carter, Jefferson, and several others. Show More Summary
Crusading environmental activist and former Vice President Al Gore has adopted an animal free diet — just like his former boss Bill Clinton, who has been a vegan since 2010. According to a report in the Washington Post, Gore has been on the diet for at least a couple of months, although the motive behind his new eating regimen has not been revealed. [Washington Post]
Just 11 months into President Obama's second term and he seems to have fallen into the same trap as many of his predecessors. Each of the last four two-term presidents — George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, and Richard Nixon — had extremely tough second terms. Show More Summary
Nov. 23, 1998. The great Bill Clinton was in his second term as President of the United States, Justin Bieber was four years old and NHL legend Wayne Gretzky was in the final year of his illustrious career. This date also representsShow More Summary
Last week, when Bill Clinton said President Obama should allow people to keep their health-insurance coverage – an early attempt to distance Hillary and himself from ObamaCare – I began to worry that the Clintons may be serious about...Show More Summary
All is quiet in Democratic presidential politics, as Hillary Clinton nestles in to her campaign-to-come, save for Bill Clinton now taking shots at President Obama on his wife's behalf. But in the Republican Party, elected officials keeping their...
Former White House press secretary under President Bill Clinton and frequent MSNBC guest, Dee Dee Myers, is not accepting MSNBC host Martin Bashir’s apology after he intimated last week that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin should be subjected to...
Former President Bill Clinton, ex-Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and woman-who-needs-no-introduction Oprah Winfrey were among the 16 people to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom yesterday. [ more › ]
President Obama followed in the footsteps of the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, and awarded the Medal of Freedom to Bill Clinton and others, just two days before the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination....Show More Summary
[Oprah Winfrey and former President Bill Clinton were two of the 16 recipients of this year's Presidential Medal of Freedom at a White House ceremony on Wednesday. The award is the nation's highest civilian honor. Photo by Evan Vucci via AP] Read more...
President Barack Obama presented 16 people with the Presidential Medal of Freedom during Wednesday's White House ceremony, including famous faces like Oprah Winfrey and former President Bill Clinton, who had the president cracking up. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama paid tribute Wednesday to former President John F. Kennedy's legacy, joining former President Bill Clinton to lay a wreath at Kennedy's grave and presenting a freedom medal that Kennedy conceived before his assassination 50 years ago this week.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Steven Spielberg were among those at the ceremony, which was part of a day of tributes to President John F. Kennedy. President Barack Obama opened a day of tributes to former President John F. Kennedy on Wednesday...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama joined forces with Bill and Hillary Clinton on Wednesday to recognize the legacy of John F. Kennedy, the president who inspired a generation until he was felled by an assassin's bullets 50 years ago this we...
Here is some stuff in the news today!Bill Clinton says he hopes "we have a woman president in my lifetime." Do you think he has anyone particular in mind?Approval for President Obama and the Affordable Care Act are at historic lows.Show More Summary
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, along with former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, will come together Wednesday, November 20th to participate in a wreath laying ceremony at former President John F. Kennedy’s gravesite. The live coverage will begin at approximately 1pm ET.