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Hilary Clinton issues Skeptical Statement on President Obama’s Trade Agenda

Hilary Clinton issues Skeptical Statement on President Obama’s Trade Agenda

Democrat leader Hillary Clinton on Sunday issued a disagreeing statement about US President Barack Obama’s trade agenda.

Hillary told a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa that the US president must listen to and work with his allies in Congress, starting with Nancy Pelosi, a minority leader of US who prevented the president from obtaining trade promotional authority last week.

But Wednesday night, Bill Clinton muddied his wife’s message and deflated the hopes of some on the left by touting the benefits of trade deals in an appearance on ‘The Daily Show’.

The former president said, “On balance, the countries that we have trade agreements with, we tend to have a balance of trade, much more than, let’s say with China”.

Bill Clinton Comes Out in Defence of his ‘Non-Partisan’ Foundation

Bill Clinton Comes Out in Defence of his ‘Non-Partisan’ Foundation

The former American president, Bill Clinton, on Thursday, came out in defence of his namesake foundation, after it came under the scanner for its fundraising practices and acceptance of donations from foreign governments. This move is being seen as an attempt to mellow the criticism that has surfaced, ever since Hillary Rodham Clinton announced the Democratic nomination for president.

Hillary & Bill Clinton earned more than $30M since January last year: report

Hillary and Bill Clinton Earned Over $30 Million since January 2014: Report

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary collectively earned more than $30 million since January 2014, a financial disclosure form revealed. A Clinton campaign aide also confirmed that much of the couple's money came from their paid speeches.

A financial disclosure form provided to CNN, revealed that Hillary and Bill Clinton in total have made more than $30 million since January 2014.

The figures have been confirmed by a Clinton campaign aide. It was told that much couple's money came from paid speeches that were politically taxing for Hillary Clinton as she toured the country before running for President.

According to the form, the Clintons have given a total of 104 paid speeches since January 2014, netting the couple $25.3 million.

Bill Clinton Defends Decision to Accept Foreign Donations when Hilary was Secretary of State

Bill Clinton Defends Decision to Accept Foreign Donations when Hilary was Secret

Questions have been raised over Clinton’s foundation’s decisions to accept foreign donations at the time when Hillary Clinton was the Secretary of State. Now, former US President Bill Clinton has defended the decision.

In reports, one of the foreign governments that gave money to the foundation was that of that of Saudi Arabia, which allegedly gave between $10 million and $25 million to the Clinton Foundation.

“I don't think there's anything sinister about getting wealthy people and countries that are seriously involved in development to spend their money wisely in a way that helps poor people”, said Clinton when he was on a tour of Africa for the Clinton Foundation's projects.

Portrait of Bill Clinton contains shadow reference to Monica Lewinsky's infamous blue dress

Portrait of Bill Clinton contains shadow reference to Monica Lewinsky's infamous

Philadelphia artist informed that that the portrait of former President Bill Clinton that he painted includes a shadow reference to Monica Lewinsky's infamous blue dress.

The artist said that at the left-hand side of it, there's a mantel in the Oval Office. "I put a shadow coming into the painting, and it does two things. It actually literally represents a shadow from a blue dress I had on a mannequin, that I had there while I was painting it, but not when he was there", he added.

Former US prez Bill Clinton arrives in Jaipur

Bill ClintonJaipur: Former US President Bill Clinton arrived here tonight on a tour during which he will visit a kitchen being run for schoolchildren by an NGO.

Clinton landed with his delegation at the international airport at Sanganer from where they left for a hotel amidst tight security.

"Clinton is on July 16 scheduled to visit the kitchen in which food is cooked for schoolchildren in the Jagatpura area," said a spokesperson for the NGO, Akshya Patra.

Akshya Patra provides food to a large number of children at government schools as part of the mid-day meal scheme.

GOP senator says Bill Clinton's pursuit of Monica Lewinsky was `predatory`

Rand-PaulWashington, January 27 : United States Senator for Kentucky Rand Paul has said that Bill Clinton's behavior toward the then-intern Monica Lewinsky was "predatory".

The 51-year-old politician said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that Democrat's don't have the moral high ground when it comes to women's issues as the former President took advantage of a girl who was 20 years old and an intern in his office, which is inexcusable, CBS News reported.

Paul added that one of the laws and rules in workplace is that bosses shouldn't prey on young interns in their office and believes that the media seems to have given Clinton a pass on this. (ANI)

My prayers with Schumacher: Bill Clinton

Michael-SchumacherNew Delhi, Dec 31 : Former United States president Bill Clinton said that his prayers were with Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher as the former driver battles for his life in Grenoble, France.

The seven-time drivers' World Champion suffered a serious head injury in a skiing accident at Grenoble on Sunday. Schumacher, who turns 45 Jan 3, underwent a brain surgery and is currently in a medically induced coma.

"Thinking today of Michael Schumacher and grateful for all he's done w/@clintonfdn and for others. My prayers are with him and his family," Clinton tweeted Monday.(IANS)

Obama, Bush, Clinton to pay last respects to Mandela

Obama-Bush-ClintonPretoria/Washington, Dec 7 : US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle will travel to South Africa next week to pay their last respects to anti-apartheid icon and South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela.

They will be joined by former US president George W. Bush and his wife Laura Bush and former president Bill Clinton and his wife, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.

According to the White House, the Americans will "pay their respects to the memory of Nelson Mandela and participate in memorial events" honouring the passing of the anti-apartheid leader.

Justin Bieber apologised to Bill Clinton?

Justin-BieberLos Angeles, July 11 : Singer Justin Bieber, who was filmed while urinating in a mop bucket of a restaurant and saying "F**k Bill Clinton", has reportedly apologised to the former US president.

The footage in question was shot in New York earlier this year.

Eonline. com reports that a source informed that Clinton was cool about it and said something along the lines of, "If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well."

The 19-year-old thanked Clinton on Twitter and called him a “great guy”.

Hillary and Bill Clinton enjoy romantic dinner and stroll in Union Square

Bill-Hillary-ClintonNew York, Mar 5 : Hillary and Bill Clinton were spotted enjoying a meal at the NoMad restaurant in the Flatiron District in New York on Sunday.

A source said that the former First Couple were also spotted later in the day "looking sweet and holding hands while walking through Union Square."

The source told the New York Post that other people barely noticed them.

The insider added that they just looked like a regular couple, enjoying a relaxing stroll and taking things in.

Bill Clinton and Michelle Obama lose Grammy Award to Janis Ian

Bill-Clinton-Michelle-ObamaNew York, Feb 12 : Bill Clinton and Michelle Obama could not make a win in this years Grammy's Best Spoken Word Album category.

The former President and the First Lady, who were nominated for their audio book, ''Back to Work: Why We Need Smart Government for a Strong Economy' and `American Grown' respectively, lost the award to singer-songwriter Janis Ian, the New York Daily News reported.

The 61-year-old Ian win the award for her audio book reading of `Society's Child: My Autobiography,' leaving behind other contenders including Ellen DeGeneres and Rachel Maddow.

Bill Clinton crowned `Father of the Year`

bill-clintonWashington, Jan 10 : Former US President Bill Clinton has reportedly been named the "Father of the Year" by the National Father's Day Council.

According to Dan Orwig, chairman of the National Father's Day Committee, the group selected the 66-year-old American politician for his profound generosity, leadership and tireless dedication to both his public office and many philanthropic organizations, the Politico reported.

This award will to be presented at a luncheon in June. (ANI)

Clinton feels Obama doing better job than public perception

Clinton feels Obama doing better job than public perceptionObama is doing a "better job than he's given credit for," said US President Barack Obama's Democratic Party predecessor Bill Clinton.

Public perception of the president has lagged behind what he has done to benefit the country, Clinton said, speaking in Cape Town.

Clinton said, "I think he's done a better job than he's given credit for. I feel very strongly about this."

Clinton went to offer Sestak an unpaid job, says White House report

Clinton went to offer Sestak an unpaid job, says White House reportIt sent Bill Clinton to ask Rep. Joe Sestak to back out of the Pennsylvania Democratic primary in exchange for an unpaid job as an adviser, the White House has revealed.

The White House said in a report on Friday in The Washington Post that the former president approached Sestak last summer when he began his challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter, who had changed parties, from Republican to Democratic, and had President Obama's backing.

The "bright line" of violence must never be crossed in disagreements over public policy, says Clinton

The "bright line" of violence must never be crossed in disagreements over public policy, says ClintonFormer U. S. President Bill Clinton has said that Violence or the threat of it is the "bright line" that must never be crossed in disagreements over public policy.

Clinton Eager to work again after Heart Surgery

Clinton Eager to work again after Heart SurgeryFormer U. S. president Bill Clinton has undergone heart surgery recently & said he is feeling great. He left the hospital with a mission to contribute for the Haiti relief works and waved to the cameras and smiled after undergoing emergency heart surgery.

"In my capacity as UN Special Envoy for Haiti, I will continue to work with the Haitian government and people, international donors and multilateral organizations," Clinton said in a statement.

Bill Clinton allegedly told Ted Kennedy: Obama would be getting us coffee

New York, Jan 11 : Bill Clinton reportedly belittled Barack Obama during the Democratic run up to the presidency, resulting in Ted Kennedy endorsing the first Black US President, according to a book.

Clinton helped sink his wife’s chances for an endorsement from Ted Kennedy by belittling Obama as nothing but a race-based candidate.

“A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee," the former president told the liberal lion from Massachusetts, according to the gossipy new campaign book, “Game Change.”

Clinton, whose stock with black voters was so high he used to be referred to as “America’s First Black President”, severely damaged his reputation in his overheated drive to help elect his wife.

Bill Clinton came within minutes of being killed by Osama bin Laden

Bill Clinton came within minutes of being killed by Osama bin LadenWashington, Dec. 23 : Osama Bin Laden-controlled terrorists came within minutes of assassinating former US President Bill Clinton during his 1996 Philippines visit, a new book has revealed.

Clinton was saved shortly before his car was due to drive over a bridge in Manila where a bomb had been planted.

The attack came during Clinton''s visit to the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Manila in 1996.

He was scheduled to visit a local politician, his route taking him across a bridge in central Manila.

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