Read Former President Bill Clinton's Tweets

I am deeply concerned over reports of violence in Lagos and urge the Nigerian government to engage in peaceful dialogue with the #EndSARS protestors for police reform and an end to corruption.

"If courage remains our constant companion, then my fellow Americans, I am confident we shall overcome."

As part of @TheLBJSchool's 50th anniversary, hear part of LBJ's last public speech — read in part by four living former U.S. presidents.

I hope you’ll join me for an important discussion with @RoseStuckeyKirk, @LaJuneTabron, @AuroraJames, and @benne_nc as we discuss how student leaders can create a more inclusive future for all of us.

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We wish the President and First Lady a speedy recovery, and hope for the safety of the White House staff, the Secret Service, and others putting their lives on the line. This pandemic has affected so many. We must continue to protect ourselves, our families, and communities.

For decades, Kuwaiti Emir al-Sabah worked to mediate disputes and to secure a more peaceful Middle East. His leadership and commitment to diplomacy will be missed. My condolences to his family, friends, and the people of Kuwait.

Bill Clinton says it seems McConnell “lost his faith in the judgement of the American people” as he and Trump push for a SCOTUS nomination ahead of the election.

“Their position is do whatever maximizes your power … Ruth Ginsburg was just the reverse.”

We have lost one of the most extraordinary Justices ever to serve on the Supreme Court. Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life and landmark opinions moved us closer to a more perfect union. And her powerful dissents reminded us that we walk away from our Constitution’s promise at our peril.

Today is #WorldPatientSafetyDay. We lose over 5,000,000 people a year due to lack of process in our hospitals to mitigate medical errors from becoming fatal. Go to and implement the Actionable Patient Safety Solutions and save lives and cost. #0X2030

We all remember where we were when the planes struck nineteen years ago. We remember the confusion, the fear, and the pain. Today we remember the loved ones lost, the bravery and resolve of the first responders, and how we came together as a nation. Never forget.

Thank you to all of America’s workers, and especially the essential workers who’ve kept our nation going in these difficult times. We should honor your hard work by building an inclusive economy with a living wage, strong benefits, and jobs for the millions who’ve lost theirs.

I recently caught up with @DenisMukwege about the great work he and many others are doing to build a better future in eastern DRC, where ongoing violence still threatens innocent civilians. That must be replaced with dialogue and reconciliation to build a safe, prosperous region.

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