Bill Clinton (born 1946)
Bill Clinton, Library of Congress
William Jefferson Blythe III was born in
Arkansas. He took his stepfather's name and became William Jefferson
In 1975, Bill married
Young Bill and Hillary
In 1976, Clinton was elected Attorney
General of Arkansas.
From 1977 to 1979, Bill Clinton was attorney
general of Arkansas.
Bill Clinton 1977-1979
Arkansas Attorney General Office
At the age of thirty-two, Clinton
became the youngest governor in the United States, the Governor of
From 1993 to 2001, Bill Clinton was the
42nd U.S. President.
Bill Clinton's First
On January 20, 1993, Bill Clinton delivered his
First Inaugural Address. His vice president was
On April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh and
others detonated a homemade bomb in Oklahoma City, killing 168
On April 23, 1995, President Clinton
City Bombing Memorial Address.
Bill Clinton's Second
On January 20, 1997, Bill Clinton delivered his
Second Inaugural Address. Al Gore stayed onboard as vice
Back in 1995, Monica S. Lewinsky
had become one of the new interns at the White House.
On August 17, 1998, and after his
testimony before the Independent Counsel's Grand Jury, Clinton
delivered his nationally televised Address to the Nation.
Let's call the speech
Even Presidents Have Private Lives.
In 1999, Clinton was cleared of all
A MAN WHO APPRECIATES A
GOOD CHUCKLE - BILL CLINTON
HERE IN 1995 WITH THE ALWAYS
UNPREDICTABLE BORIS YELTSIN
U.S. National Archives
Bill Clinton in 2012
On September 5, 2012, Clinton
speech at the Democratic National Convention
in Charlotte, N.C.
Contrary to many other speakers so far
in the 2012 election race, Clinton presented clear facts and people
were amazed. So much so that President Obama commented after the
convention, "Somebody e-mailed me after the speech and said 'You
need to appoint him
Secretary of Explaining Stuff.' "
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