President Clinton


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Noun1.President Clinton - 42nd President of the United States (1946-)President Clinton - 42nd President of the United States (1946-)
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They will simply ignore President Clinton's promise to the American people that "the United States will not assume binding obligations unless key developing nations meaningfully participate in this effort." Clinton correctly pointed out that "if the entire industrialized world reduces emissions over the next several decades, but emissions from the developing world continue to grow at their current pace, concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere will continue to climb." By 2015 or so, C[O.sup.2] emissions from the developing world will exceed C[O.sup.2] emissions from the developed countries.
Hollywood held its annual Oscars extravaganza on the day that President Clinton's Air Force One jet touched down on the baiting hot Ghanaian soil.
President Clinton and Republicans in Congress introduced budget packages that center around tax cuts for middle-class families.
But after President Clinton delivered a rousing Earth Day speech and announced major EPA funding increases in the 1995 budget, a green momentum began to appear (despite setbacks like Clinton's signing of the Timber Salvage Rider, a sop to big forestry interests that even he now admits was a mistake).
In the spring of 1996, the American hierarchy and the Vatican solemnly condemned President Clinton's veto of a bill passed in Congress to ban partial-birth abortions.
That was the question on everyone's mind after reports surfaced that President Clinton had issued a three-year moratorium on affirmative action nationwide.
The usual anti-choice groups went ballistic and hope to use the issue to club President Clinton during the upcoming campaign.
President Clinton has been unable to execute such a task, despite the fact that he is certainly an avid reader of history and, at least at the beginning of his administration, tried to familiarize himself with the leadership style of Ronald Reagan, whom he called the most "effective" President in recent American history.
* Impeaching President Clinton: in November 1997, two months before the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke, the JBS launched its campaign to "Impeach Clinton Now!" through a nationwide network of A.C.T.I.O.N.
A close examination of the record shows that the reduction in the number of persons "on the federal payroll" during the administration of President Clinton came as a result of the huge number of people discharged from the armed services during his term as President.
Although Mr Bush had pledged in campaign speeches to restore 'honour and dignity' to the White House - a reference to President Clinton's scandals - the two spoke congenially as they met for the first time since the election.
has begun testing interceptors, and if President Clinton gives the go-ahead this fall, the first 25 of them, stationed in Alaska, could come on-line in five years.