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Father, grandfather, 42nd President of the United States, Founder, Clinton Foundation. Follow @ClintonFdn for more on our work around the world.
Today, I’ll be visiting @ClintonFdn partners and @ClintonGlobal commitment-makers who are supporting the ongoing recovery and resilience efforts in Puerto Rico. I’ll be posting updates on Instagram, follow along:
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It’s not every day that I find myself in agreement with Russian leaders, but today I argue that the U.S. should accept their offer to extend #NewSTART — the only agreement that limits the size of our nuclear forces. We must avoid a return to brinksmanship.
Opinion | A Plea to Save the Last Nuclear Arms Treaty
Two former diplomats, from Russia and America, call for extending the nuclear arms limitation pact called New START, to make the world more secure.
Congratulations to the Kansas City @Chiefs on a hard-fought victory in #SuperBowlLIV.
The aid package worked. The Mexican economy began growing again within a year, and Mexico paid back the loan in full, plus $600M in interest, 3 years ahead of schedule. It is always a good policy to be a good neighbor 🇺🇸🇲🇽.
25 years ago today, the US pledged $20B in aid to prevent the collapse of Mexico’s economy. Many people said that we should not get involved and let Mexico fend for themselves—but it was the right thing to do for Mexico and for the US.
I’m deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, & all who died in today's accident. Kobe lived a very large life in a very short time. My prayers are with Vanessa, Natalia, Bianka, Capri, and all those who lost loved ones today.
Statement from President Clinton and Secretary Clinton on the Passing of Kobe Bryant
#OTD in 1997, @madeleine Albright was sworn in as U.S. Secretary of State. Nominated by President @BillClinton, she was the first woman to serve in that role.
I liked and admired Jim Lehrer. He believed news is a public good, not a commodity. And he was always completely on the level in reporting, interviewing, and moderating debates. His life was a gift that strengthened our democracy.
I was proud to sign the bill making MLK Day a national day of service. 25 years later, Americans have given millions of hours to improve our country, proving true Dr. King’s belief that “everyone can be great because everyone can serve.”
Honor him by doing your part today.
Martin Luther King Jr. said, “There is an invisible book of life that faithfully records our vigilance or our neglect.”
We must remain vigilant in defending and advancing the progress he lived and died to achieve—today, tomorrow, and every day.
My heart is with the people of Haiti. Today and every day I remember those who lost their lives in the earthquake, including my colleagues from the UN, and those who persevere to build a future worthy of their labors, gifts, and sacrifices.
I know there's a lot going on in the world but what's going on in Puerto Rico, with the earthquakes, is very important, and deserve everyone's attention.
Proud the work of @ClintonFdn continues. We’re responding in wake of natural disasters with @clintonglobal; helping children lead healthier lives via @HealthierGen and @2smalltofail; and inspiring the next generation of leaders with @PLSProgram & @CGIU.
Justice Dept. winds down Clinton-related inquiry once championed by Trump. It found nothing of consequence.
U.S. Attorney John Huber was tasked with reviewing the FBI‘s work on the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One. He has found nothing worth pursuing...
I remain hopeful that Brexit will respect the Good Friday Accords and the sacrifice and vision of so many people, more than two decades ago.
I care deeply about the people of Northern Ireland, and I’m thankful their leaders are coming together in the spirit of the Good Friday Accords to stand-up the Executive and restore the government functions that people of all communities require.
The devastation caused by the wildfires in Australia is heartbreaking. Here are some ways to help:
Bushfire relief: How you can help those in need
Countless stories of devastation are emerging around Australia as the country burns.