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Bill Clinton

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Latest 1 Aug 2020 | Updated Daily

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Interview with former President Bill Clinton; Interview with Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar; Interview with White House aide Marc Short; Interview with Admiral Brett Giroir; Interviews with Nina Totenberg of NPR, Joan Biskupic of CNN and Irin Carmon of New York Magazine

State of the Union

First, Jake talks with former President Bill Clinton about the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Then, he interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar and White House aide Marc Short about what comes next for the vacant high court seat. Next, Jake interviews Admiral Brett Giroir on the coronavirus death toll approaching 200,000 in the United States. Finally, Supreme Court reporters Nina Totenberg of NPR, Joan Biskupic of CNN and Irin Carmon of New York Magazine join Jake to reflect on Ginsburg's tenure on the Supreme Court.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy


20 Sep 2020

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Bill Clinton’s full speech at the 2020 Democratic National Convention - 2020 DNC Night 2

Ohio Press Conferences

Bill Clinton’s full speech at the 2020 Democratic National Convention - 2020 DNC Night 2--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ohiopressconferences/message


20 Aug 2020

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Bill Clinton inaugural address: Jan. 20, 1997


Clinton used his inaugural speech to review the century, and continued pledges to make government smaller and more efficient.


5 Jun 2020

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Bill Clinton Talks Monica Lewinsky, Meghan & Harry Back in London, Wendy Williams Shames Ashley Graham - Daily Pop 03/06/20

Daily Pop

Former POTUS Bill Clinton explains what caused his Monica Lewinsky affair, Wendy Williams sounds off on Ashley Graham changing a baby diaper on the ground, and Lady Gaga choreographer Richy Jackson shows us moves from her latest Stupid Love video. Plus, Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson, co-founders of Kind Campaign, stop by.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


6 Mar 2020

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Bill Clinton: Confronting Income Inequality

You Decide with Errol Louis

Errol takes "You Decide" on the road to Little Rock, Arkansas, where former President Bill Clinton sat down for a conversation on his 25-year effort to fight income inequality. The former president reflects on his time as governor of Arkansas and discusses whether his economic policies as president made a difference, including his 1993 legislation to provide federal support for community development financial institutions to help low-income communities. And he talks about the one proposal he wish was enacted to help those living in New York City public housing. Weigh in on Twitter with the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message.


27 Nov 2019

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Questionable Answers - Volume 4

Beer and Business

We answer your questions today on the podcast!  We talk about when it's right to hire an assistant for your growing business, benefits for small business, and intellectual property concerns.  We also field a fiery question from somebody that just doesn't understand why beer is an important part of our show. We also took a phone call from president Bill Clinton.  You don't want to miss this one!


3 Oct 2019

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Finding Common Ground: A Conversation with President George W. Bush, President Bill Clinton and Presidential Leadership Scholars

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In this special episode, President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush share their perspectives on leadership and finding common ground throughout their lives in public service. To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Presidential Leadership Scholars program, this episode features a prerecorded conversation with President Clinton and President Bush at the 2019 graduation ceremony, moderated by the George W. Bush Institute’s Executive Director Holly Kuzmich. They are joined by two scholars—Lisa Hallett, CEO of wear blue: run to remember, and Jay Bhatt, SVP and CMO of the American Hospital Association—who are applying lessons learned from the program to enhance their own work to improve their communities. With an introduction from 2019 Presidential Leadership Scholar Dilafruz Khonikboyeva, the conversation celebrates the network of doctors, veterans, corporate professionals, attorneys, public servants, educators, and more from across the country who have come together to collaborate and make a difference in the world, strengthened by lessons in leadership through the lens of the presidential experiences of George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Lyndon B. Johnson.


12 Sep 2019

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President Bill Clinton: Reinstate the Assault Weapons Ban Now

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In the wake of the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, America is reacting as we have come to expect. Thoughts and prayers are offered, as they should be. Communities come together, as they should, in vigils to remember those lost and injured and to remind ourselves that we shouldn’t keep letting this happen. But the tragedies keep happening, while one thing that we know can reduce mass shootings has not been done: reinstating the ban on assault weapons and the limit on high-capacity magazines that were in effect from 1994 to 2004. In a powerful commentary originally published in TIME, President Bill Clinton calls on elected officials to reinstate the assault weapons ban and the ammunition limit, and make improved background checks universal. And at this crucial moment for America, he urges all of us to stand against - not inflame - the racial, religious, and gender-based bigotries that often drive mass killers.


8 Aug 2019

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Sunday Special | Bill Clinton at the World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit.


Global health is something TopMedTalk listeners are naturally passionate about; here you can listen to the keynote address from the 42nd President of The United States, Bill Clinton, to the World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit. 273,077 lives have been saved over the last 7 years with over 90,000 of those in just the last year alone. 4,700 hospitals around the world that are part of this effort. 89 technology companies have committed to share data to help develop algorithms and predict dangerous trends. The patient safety movement now has 35 regional chairs leading local networks across 50 countries. This movement is growing rapidly now, PSMF would like to encourage further support. Their website is here: https://patientsafetymovement.org Presented by Bill Clinton, 42nd President of The United States and founder of The Clinton Global Initiative. He is introduced by Joe Kiani, Founder, Chairman & CEO of Masimo, Cercacor & the Patient Safety Movement Foundation.


10 Feb 2019

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America’s Greatest Political Analyst Bill Clinton


America’s greatest political analyst—President Bill Clinton—speaks on the 2018 election, cyber war, and more.


10 Sep 2018