Nelson Shanks, who painted the portrait of former President Bill Clinton that hangs in the National Portrait Gallery, told Philadelphia Daily News he slipped a Monica Lewinsky reference into the painting.
Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images By STEVE ROTHWELL NEW YORK -- The last time the Nasdaq was this high, Bill Clinton was president, Microsoft dominated the tech world and the iPod, iPhone and iPad didn't exist. Fifteen years later the Nasdaq (^IXIC) is again near 5,000 and close to topping its record from the dot-com boom. Show More Summary
The Washington Examiner reports that Palantir, the intelligence contractor founded by Peter Thiel, donated “six figures” to the Clinton Foundation in 2014. The foundation is headed by Hillary Clinton and her husband, President Bill Clinton. Show More Summary
It was pro-abortion President Bill Clinton who first coined the term "safe, legal, and rare" in the early 1990s to describe his supposedly moderate view on abortion. The phrase served Clinton well during the years-long partial birth abortion debate, making him sound reasonable even as he vetoed a ban against the heinous procedure twice. Show More Summary
In 1995, No. 1 Massachusetts visited Smith Center to play my George Washington Colonials. President Bill Clinton made the short trip from the White House for the game. The Colonials won, and the court was stormed. I fell and hurt my knee on my way from the stands to the court, but I was a […]
After their affair almost took down the Clinton presidency, Bill Clinton stayed in the White House, seemingly invincible, while Monica Lewinsky slunk out of public view. But not for long. At age 27, Lewinsky arrived in New York as one of the most infamous women in American history. Show More Summary
Despite being offered the opportunity of his dreams, President Barack Obama’s former top adviser David Axelrod says he turned down working on Bill Clinton’s presidential campaign because he “knew it would destroy [his] family.” While...Show More Summary
ED ROGERS IN THE WASHINGTON POST: Why would anyone think Obama doesn’t love America? Plenty of reasons. “It’s easy to imagine Bill Clinton and either President Bush getting teary-eyed at the proverbial Fourth of July parade, as the veterans wave and flatbeds filled with 4-H kids roll by. It’s hard to imagine Obama in a […]
During Saturday’s annual King Center Salute to Greatness Awards dinner, former Atlanta mayor and United Nations ambassador Andrew Young introduced former President Bill Clinton with the utmost praise, calling him “probably the most-loved human being on Earth.” Clinton, however, had a different candidate in mind for that particular honor.
The Republican Party is “begging for America to fail” by rooting for President Obama’s signature health care law to fail, former President Bill Clinton said during an interview for “This Week” with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos,
(Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) In the 2008 primary campaign, there was a moment when Democrats began to debate Bill Clinton's legacy. At one point, Barack Obama seemed to minimize the significance of the Clinton presidency...Show More Summary
Appearing on ABC’s This Week with his former communications director, George Stephanopoulos, former President Bill Clinton expressed dismay with the Republican Party’s attempts to destroy the Affordable Care Act, claiming that the the GOP is “sitting around just begging for America to...
Former secretary of state is on track to win the presidency, pundit with history of awful predictions predicts
ASHE SCHOW: Reimagining Bill Clinton’s Accusers In Today’s Society. Would a President Clinton in 2020 get away with her 1990s victim-blaming? In the 1990s, with her husband’s political career on the line, Hillary Clinton and other supporters engaged in one of the most famous and well-orchestrated victim-blaming campaigns in recent history. Would she and the […]
Not content to cut their losses, Hillary and Bill Clinton are prolonging their foreign-money scandal by insisting that she gets to keep millions from foreign governments even after she runs for president. The Wall Street Journal reports:...Show More Summary
“To take money, at this point, when you’re thinking of running for president…a huge mistake,” said Mark Halperin on Bloomberg.
The former president was sorry mistakes made by him and his predecessors.
Former President Bill Clinton apologized to Mexico during a speech in the country last week for a backfired U.S. war on drugs that has fueled spiraling violence. "I wish you had no narco-trafficking, but it's not really your fault," Clinton told students and business leaders at the Laureate Summit on Youth and Productivity. Show More Summary
New York Times: “Wiry, ascetic, profane and relentless, John Podesta has become the Democratic Party’s marathon man in more ways than one. He helped save Bill Clinton’s presidency from the fires of scandal and impeachment. He spent the last year [...] The post The Most Powerful Unelected Democrat appeared first on Political Wire.
A melding of the minds. President @billclinton greets Lil @CP3! #NBAAllStarNYC pic.twitter.com/bzPUcQ6v2W — NBA (@NBA) February 16, 2015 If you weren't aware that Chris Paul's son, Chris II, was the cutest, get to learning.