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    The presidency of Bill Clinton is not too simple to forget. The 42th president is memorable in a variety of aspects. Bill Clinton, born in August, 1949, was ready for political world at 17 when he shook president John F. Kennedy’s hand on a trip to DC. After five terms as governor of Arkansas, he knew that his aspiration one day to be president could happen, but he must work hard. After some time, Clinton became governor of Arkansas while working closely with his wife. He was often ridiculed for

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    Bill Clinton Essay

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    Bill Clinton Bill Clinton is an American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. Bill spent the first six years of his life in Hope, Arkansas, where he was born on August 19, 1946. Bill’s father, William Jefferson Blythe, died in a car accident several months before his mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, gave birth to him. Bill has two brothers and one sister, Roger Clinton, Henry Leon Ritzenthaler and Sharon Lee Blythe. Bill Clinton attended Yale Law School

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    Bill Clinton Legacy

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    The forty-second president of the United States was Bill Clinton. Running for president in 1992 and winning two terms of office, he was widely successful. Clinton had an active presidency, passing many laws within his eight years as president. Part of this success was due to his childhood and his distinctly marked path to presidency. His actions gave him a particular legacy, to both him and the First Lady. Throughout Bill Clinton’s presidency, he was influenced by his own life, and for the opportunity

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    Bill Clinton Analysis

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    whether or not Clinton should be removed from office—this was only the second trial of this nature in the nation’s history. Being in the minority at the time, Senate Democrats were not in a favorable position to keep their party’s president in power. However, they were able to garner support from ten Republicans on the acquittal for perjury and from five Republicans on the acquittal for obstruction. As a result, Bill Clinton was thereby acquitted of all charges and remained in office. Clinton did not,

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    Bill Clinton continues to get criticism for his past Lewinsky scandal. Due to this unusual presidential action society seems to have forgotten about his credibility as a politician. Bill Clinton served as the forty second United States president. Should a personal mistake define Bill Clinton as a president? While growing up Bill Clinton never met his father, his mother started a career in Nursing therefore he was raised by his grandparents in Hope, Arkansas. Although his parents were there to guide

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    the scandalous side of President Bill Clinton, this research will also spotlight how excellent Bill Clinton was as a president and present interesting facts about his life.      On August 19, 1946, William Jefferson Blythe IV began his life in Hope, Arkansas. His mother was still mourning over the loss of her beloved husband who died only three months earlier in a tragic car accident. Four years later, in hopes of a better life, Virginia remarried to Roger Clinton. But as a raging alcoholic, Roger

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    I am going to talk about Bill Clinton’s impeachment. But before I get started on that topic I am going to tell you some background things about Bill Clinton. He was born on August 19, 1946 in the state of Arkansas. His first term, he was elected president and he was running against George Bush. In his second term he was re-elected president in 1996 and he was running against Bob Dole. Now I am going to start talking about Bill Clinton’s impeachment. He was impeached or accused because he lied under

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    On November 3, 1992 William Jefferson Clinton was elected President of the United States. Even though his campaign was troubled by accusations of draft dodging, the newly elected President won by promising to address pressing economic issues, including the ever escalating national debt. Throughout their entire two terms, the Clinton-Gore Administration made America thrive. Social reform, improved education, and exuberant economic prosperity crowded the long list of the administration's accomplishments

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    Impeachment of Bill Clinton Essay

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    President Bill Clinton began an affair with Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern, in 1995. Later in 1998, when confronted with questions in regards to an affair with Monica Lewinsky, Clinton lied under oath in front of a grand jury. This, however, was not his first lapse in judgment as viewed by the Senate and Congress. The President and his wife, Hillary, found themselves involved in the Whitewater scandal beginning in 1978. In addition, during his campaign, Clinton was accused of draft dodging

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    Why Is Bill Clinton Bad

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    Bill Clinton Bill Clinton was the 42nd president of the united states. He served office from January, 1933 to January, 2001. He ran for and was in the democratic party. He was from Arkansas, Bill Clinton's real name is William Jefferson Clinton. Bill Clinton’s vice president was Al Gore. He achieved things as president, but his good image was gone after he got impeached for an affair. He had a very controversial presidency, some people liked him, some people hated him. Bill Clinton is of the democratic

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