Clinton Essays

The Good and Bad Times of Clinton Office

Every presidency left people with significant events, both good and bad. This holds true to the American setting where each administration is sure to impart both legacy or prominence and most notably, controversy. In fact, it is ironic that people are keener in discussing the intrigues and flaws committed by a former President rather than acknowledge his concrete accomplishments and contributions to the country. Despite however this glaring life reality and human nature, it is still essential that a previous…

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President Bill Clinton

The Map Room Speech delivered by President Bill Clinton by way of apology and explanation regarding his conduct with Monica Lewinsky appeals to the listener as an American and as an individual, that is, makes its appeal to personal and presumably universal feelings and emotions regarding the state and the family. This speech must be reviewed with the idea in mind that this is not the first time that Clinton is speaking on the subject. His initial statement regarding Lewinsky…

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Clinton in Diplomatic Coup on Journalists’ Release

Former President Bill Clinton scored a diplomatic coup when he brought back to the United States on Wednesday two convicted women television reporters. The journalists’ release was a result of what was tagged officially by a member of Obama administration as a humanitarian trip and personal visit to North Korean President Kim Jong-Il. White House hailed the Clinton-led effort and denied it as a bargaining chip in the nuclear standoff between the said two countries. Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told…

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