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42nd President of the United States of America

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Bill Clinton Info

Birth nameWilliam Jefferson Blythe III
Date of BirthAugust 19, 1946
Place of BirthHope, Arkansas
OccupationsLawyer
Spouse (s)Hillary Rodham Clinton
ChildrenChelsea Clinton (b. 1980)
Political PartyDemocratic
Alma materGeorgetown University (B.S.), Yale Law School (J.D.)
ReligionBaptist
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 If people know what he has done and what he is trying to do, I think that he can be re-elected. I expect that he'll win. I'll be surprised if he doesn't win. 
— Bill Clinton on the reelection chances of President Barack Obama / June 29, 2011
 I sent a grand total of two emails as president. One to our troops in the Adriatic, and one to John Glenn when he was 77 years old in outer space. I figured it was OK if Congress subpoenaed those. 
— Bill Clinton about his use of technology as a President / February 17, 2011
 I would like to have a happy wife and she won’t be unless she’s a grandmother. It’s something she wants more than she wanted to be president. 
— Bill Clinton saying Hillary Clinton is desperate to become a grand mother / January 29, 2011
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 On behalf of Richard Dean and his family, and all the other people who are out there working every day doing a good job for the American people, I challenge all of you in this Chamber: Never, ever shut the federal government down again, 
— Bill Clinton condemning a proposal floated by several Republicans to shut down the government if the party takes back the majority in November / September 21, 2010
 [F]irst of all, they can't, unless they just shut off appropriations -- they'll have to pick a fight. And you see what happened last time: It didn't work out very well for them. 
— Bill Clinton condemning a proposal floated by several Republicans to shut down the government if the party takes back the majority in November / September 21, 2010

 [T]hey are being used by people whose real goal is to dismantle the government and empower the most ideological private economic interests in the country. And that's not good for them or for America. So I encourage their participation in the debate, but we've got to get back to the facts. 
— Bill Clinton about the Tea Party activists / September 21, 2010
 So we have to find ways to basically talk about this. How many people know that the Republicans have a really well-designed program? They don't just want to repeal health care. ... They want to repeal the financial oversight bill and the student loan bill. So, they'll make it more likely that we'll get in this mess again. Because the financial oversight bill reduces risk, requires more capital, less ratio risk, and increases oversight. The student loan reform bill provides a lot more money at a lower cost to people to get more education and training. 
— Bill Clinton on what the Democrats should do to win the midterm elections / September 21, 2010
 In football, we care about the facts. Think about it. Listen to all these guys talking about the facts in football -- it's ridiculous. But with something...like economics and politics, we live in a fact-free world. ... We have to pierce that. Democrats can find a way to do it by focusing on what are we going to do now, who's more likely to do it. If it's made into a choice again, not just a referendum. This election could still surprise some people. 
— Bill Clinton on what the Democrats should do to win the midterm elections / September 21, 2010
 I not only care for him, but I genuinely admire him. He’s a good man. He was good enough to come and ask for my permission, however, which I appreciated. You know, it’s sort of an old-fashioned thing in this day and age, but that’s the kind of person he is. It really meant a lot to me. 
— Bill Clinton likes his son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky / September 21, 2010

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