Knowledge Identifier: +Bill_Clinton
Born in 1946.
Countries: United States (74%), (6%), United Kingdom (3%)
Linked to: White House, Georgetown University, University College, Oxford, Congressional Budget Office
During Clinton's term, Arkansas performed its first executions since 1964
He spent the summer of 1967, the summer before his senior year, interning for Arkansas Senator J. William Fulbright
Under Clinton, the United States had a projected federal budget surplus for the first time since 1969
Hillary Rodham Clinton - In the late spring of 1971, she began dating Bill Clinton, a law student at Yale.
A year later, he ran for the House of Representatives in 1974
John Denver - Denver had battled to expand the refuge in the 1980s, and he praised President Bill Clinton for his opposition to the proposed drilling
Hillary Rodham Clinton - Bill Clinton returned to the governor's office two years later by winning the election of 1982.
He gave the Democratic response to President Reagan's 1985 State of the Union Address and served as Chair of the National Governors Association from 1986 to 1987, bringing him to an audience beyond Arkansas
In 1987, there was media speculation Clinton would enter the race after then-New York Governor Mario Cuomo declined to run and Democratic front-runner Gary Hart withdrew owing to revelations of marital infidelity
After initial successes such as the Oslo accords of the early 1990s, Clinton attempted to address the Arab-Israeli conflict
Donald Rumsfeld - He sat on European Engineering giant Asea Brown Boveri's board from 1990 to 2001, a company which sold two light-water nuclear reactors to the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization for installation in North Korea, as part of the 1994 agreed framework reached under President Bill Clinton
Hillary Rodham Clinton - When Bill Clinton thought about not running again for governor in 1990, Hillary considered running, but private polls were unfavorable and, in the end, he ran and was reelected for the final time.
Clinton was elected president in 1992, defeating incumbent president George H. W. Bush
Jeb Bush - In 1992 Bush's father was defeated for re-election by then-Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton
George H. W. Bush - In the wake of economic concerns, he lost the 1992 presidential election to Democrat Bill Clinton
Byron White - He retired in 1993, during Bill Clinton's presidency, saying that "someone else should be permitted to have a like experience
Tammy Baldwin - In 1993, Baldwin said she was disappointed by Democrat President Bill Clinton's compromise on LGBT rights by supporting don't ask, don't tell policy of the military.
Hal Rogers - In 1993, Rogers was one of only three Republicans to vote for-President Bill Clinton's economic stimulus package.
Janet Reno - She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on February 11, 1993, and confirmed on March 11, 1993
Antonia Novello - Novello left the post of Surgeon General on June 30, 1993, with the administration of President Bill Clinton praising her for her "vigor and talent
Ruth Bader Ginsburg - Ginsburg was appointed by President Bill Clinton and took the oath of office on August 10, 1993
Dayton Agreement - Clinton deployed U.S. peacekeepers to Bosnia in late 1995, to uphold the subsequent Dayton Agreement
Lucien Bouchard - For example, in 1995, when Bouchard garnered an invitation to meet visiting US President Bill Clinton by virtue of being Opposition Leader, Manning was granted a meeting with Clinton in order to diffuse Bouchard's separatist leverage
Dan Burton - In 1995 speaking of the recent affairs of Republican Robert Packwood and the unfolding affair of Democrat Bill Clinton Burton stated "No one, regardless of what party they serve, no one, regardless of what branch of government they serve, should be allowed to get away with these alleged sexual improprieties.
During his visit to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Manila in 1996, he was saved shortly before his car was due to drive over a bridge where a bomb had been planted
William Jefferson Clinton - Bill Clinton's announcement of Next Generation Internet initiative, 1996.
Bob Dole - In the presidential election of 1996 he was the Republican nominee for President against incumbent Bill Clinton
Mary Bono Mack - Bono Mack's national profile increased significantly in 1998 when she sat on the House Judiciary panel to consider impeachment articles against Bill Clinton.
Mary Bono Mack - In 1998, Bono Mack was added to the House Judiciary Committee by the Republican leadership in anticipation of the consideration of impeachment proceedings against President Bill Clinton thus becoming the only Republican woman on the committee.
Jim Sensenbrenner - In 1998, Sensenbrenner had an important role in the impeachment of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, acting as one of the House managers.
Monica Lewinsky - In January 1998, after Lewinsky had submitted an affidavit in the Paula Jones case denying any physical relationship with Clinton, and attempted to persuade Tripp to lie under oath in the Jones case, Tripp gave the tapes to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, and these tapes added to his ongoing investigation into the Whitewater controversy
Dan Burton - In May 1998, Burton apologized for releasing edited transcripts of prison audiotapes of Webster Hubbell, a former associate of President Bill Clinton.
Alec Baldwin - During his appearance on the comedy late night show "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" on December 12, 1998, eight days before President Bill Clinton was to be impeached, Baldwin said, "If we were in another country
Jesse Jackson, Jr. - At the time of the Impeachment of Bill Clinton at the beginning of 1999, Jackson was a proponent of having Clinton testify under oath to the American people.
John Edwards - During President Bill Clinton's 1999 impeachment trial in the Senate, Edwards was responsible for the deposition of witnesses Monica Lewinsky and fellow Democrat Vernon Jordan, Jr. During the 2000 presidential campaign, Edwards was on Democratic nominee Al Gore's vice presidential nominee short list
John Garamendi - In 1999, President Bill Clinton appointed Garamendi to serve as Deputy Secretary of the Interior, the second-highest post in the U.S. Department of the Interior.
In 2002, Clinton warned that pre-emptive military action against Iraq would have unwelcome consequences
Dennis Kucinich - Kucinich voted against the USA PATRIOT Act, against the Military Commissions Act of 2006, and was one of six who voted against the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Act. He voted for authorizing and directing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate whether sufficient grounds existed for the impeachment of Bill Clinton.
They spoke together at the funeral of Boris Yeltsin in 2007
Hillary Rodham Clinton - In April 2007, the Clintons liquidated a blind trust, that had been established when Bill Clinton became president in 1993, to avoid the possibility of ethical conflicts or political embarrassments in the trust as Hillary Clinton undertook her presidential race.
Pope Pius XII - Phayer's "Pius XII, The Holocaust, and the Cold War" makes use of many documents that have recently come to light due to Bill Clinton's 1997 executive order declassifying wartime and postwar documents, many of which are currently at the US National Archives and Holocaust Memorial Museum
In 2010, Clinton announced support of, and delivered the keynote address for, the inauguration of NTR, Ireland's first environmental foundation
A 2015 poll by "The Washington Post" asked 162 scholars of the American Political Science Association to rank all the U.S. presidents in order of greatness
During the 2016 Presidential Election, Clinton again encouraged voters to support Hillary Clinton, including a campaign stop in Wilmington, NC. In a series of tweets, then-President-Elect Donald Trump criticized his ability to get people out to vote