Clinton and Trump were once longtime friends. But now as a Republican contender, Trump is being criticized for his ties to the Clintons—Democrats and fellow New Yorkers who celebrated his marriage to Melania Knauss with him. Hillary Clinton was granted a front-row seat at the ceremony, and her husband later joined the reception at the Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. A snapshot taken of the Clintons and the newlywed Trumps has been widely circulated during the primary season; the wedding was dubbed the event that explains the election.
We interrupt your regular program for quite an extraordinary moment in the history of the United States. A short while ago President Clinton's staff came to tell us that he was going to come to the Rose Garden now and make some remarks.
Peter, the president will make another attempt to say he's sorry about what he's caused. But on the afternoon of December 11,he came to the Rose Garden of the White House to apologize to the American people. I am profoundly sorry for all I have done wrong in words and deeds.
I never should have misled the country, the congress, my friends or my family. Quite simply, I gave in to my shame. It's almost as it all of this was just too easy for him. It's almost as if he had to set up these barriers that he could then leap across, or stagger across, but get across in any event, always.
I'm going to give you this election back and if you'll give it to me I won't be like George Bush, I'll never forget who gave me a second chance and I'll be there for you till the last dog dies.
And I want you to remember that. Dee Dee Myers, Press Secretary: How many second chances, right? How many second chances does any one person deserve?
Clinton's view is as many second chances as a person is willing to try to take. You know, I mean, as many times as you fail, don't you deserve the chance to redeem yourself? Isn't history loaded with people who have fallen and gotten up, and fallen and gotten up, and fallen and gotten up and done great things?
We will together build a bridge to the 21st century wide enough and strong enough to take us to America's best days. Will you do that? There's a stick-to-itiveness about him that's just phenomenal.
An abiding belief that if he can just have enough time, he can win over just about anybody. The central repetitive theme of Bill Clinton's life is loss and recovery.
Never count him out because, always, he will find his way back. I end tonight where it all began for me. I still believe in a place called Hope.
Where does it come from? The unwillingness to quit on himself, on the things he believed in, on the people he cared about. He disappoints them every time on some level, but he always gets up and tries to make it better. You know, what else can you ask from a sinner?
Success, misjudgment, in some cases catastrophe, followed by comeback: I think it's central to who he is as a man. The Comeback Kid Narrator: He would emerge from the political backwaters of Arkansas, "like a country tornado," one newspaper wrote: But in the winter of as Bill Clinton began campaigning for President in New Hampshire he was still a relative unknown, eager to win over voters and his young campaign staff.Bill Clinton: Bill Clinton, 42nd president of the United States (–), who oversaw the country’s longest peacetime economic expansion.
In he became the second U.S. president to be impeached; he was acquitted by the Senate in Learn more about Clinton’s life and career. Donald Trump laughs with Bill Clinton and Billy Crystal during the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation Golf Classic at Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, New York, on July 14, Aug 07, · Bill Clinton is considered as one of America’s most important leaders of today.
He is the only Democrat to earn two terms in presidency after Franklin Roosevelt. In spite of the controversies connected to him, he was able to revive his image and maintained his popularity as a political figure. Watch video · lausannecongress2018.com presents Bill Clinton, the 42nd U.S.
president, who served during the longest peacetime economic expansion. Family and Early Life. Clinton’s father, William Jefferson Blythe. lausannecongress2018.com presents Bill Clinton, the 42nd U.S. president, who served during the longest peacetime economic expansion. Clinton was the second president to be impeached.
Oct 10, · Following his presidency, Clinton remained active in public life. Play video. Here's Why the Affordable Care Act Is So Controversial .