Read Former President Bill Clinton's Tweets

Treatment has become more affordable and widespread. 20 years ago, treating HIV cost over $10k/person per year. @CHAI_health’s work negotiating prices and licenses, working with partners like PEPFAR and the Global Fund, has reduced that to under $50/person per year in 2022. 3/8

I’m proud of the role that Clinton Health Access Initiative (@CHAI_health) has played in the global fight against HIV/AIDS over the last 20 years alongside remarkable partners. 2/8

This World AIDS Day is a time to remember those we’ve lost, reflect on the strides we’ve made since the onset of the epidemic — progress that seemed unimaginable decades ago — and resolve to overcome the challenges that remain. 1/8

I’m saddened by the passing of Christine McVie. “Don’t Stop” was my ’92 campaign theme song - it perfectly captured the mood of a nation eager for better days. I’m grateful to Christine & Fleetwood Mac for entrusting us with such a meaningful song. I will miss her.

I’ve tested positive for Covid. I’ve had mild symptoms, but I’m doing fine overall and keeping myself busy at home.
 
I’m grateful to be vaccinated and boosted, which has kept my case mild, and I urge everyone to do the same, especially as we move into the winter months.

To all those celebrating today with great food, family, and fellowship — and to any turkeys out there who got a second chance — Happy Thanksgiving!

I am heartbroken for all the people who lost their lives and loved ones in the deadly shooting in Colorado Springs, and moved by the stories of bravery of those who stopped the gunman.

Happy Birthday President @JoeBiden! Thank you for your service to the American people. Here’s hoping your day is filled with friends, family, and a scoop or two of ice cream!

For the past 20 years, @SpeakerPelosi’s skilled, principled leadership in the House has been an immeasurable source of strength and progress for our nation. I’m deeply grateful for her remarkable service.

To all who have worn America’s uniform in wartime or in peace, thank you for your sacrifice and service. Our nation owes you a profound debt of gratitude.

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