Bill Clinton

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  • Compare And Contrast Bill Obama And Bill Clinton

    Bill Clinton vs. Barack Obama Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were both popular presidents, whose came from a middle class income family and a minority group of people. Bill Clinton a first "baby boomer" generation (people born after the communist war) to become president, and Barack Obama, first African American to become president, were especially both good on domestic affairs and came up with same important policies about domestic affairs ( health care reform and economic recovery). In fact, both Clinton and Obama are great leaders and skillful speaker. Although Clinton has succeed to the economic expansion, but I prefer Obama because of his accomplishment on health care reform and his effort to rebuild the economy. Therefore, Bill Clinton first duty as a president was to establish a most prosper economic plan and to get into the peak of its expansion because of the highly deficit budgetary in United States. However, Clinton convinced Congress to increase taxes on upper class or wealthy people and to reduce government spending which generally hurt lower class people. This economic plan lowered the deficit and finally…

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  • Bill Clinton Persuasive Techniques

    Bill Clinton is noted as one of the most successful presidents of all time. Coming from the small town of Hope, Arkansas Bill would go on to become the governor of Arkansas in the late 1970s. He announced he would be running for president in 1992. With the backing of Al Gore as his running mate he would go on to win the popular vote with only a forty six percent split between himself and George H.W. Bush. He had a reputation that would proceed him and ultimately overshadow most of the…

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  • Analysis: The Bill Clinton Charisma

    The Bill Clinton Charisma “You absolutely can teach leadership skills. I don’t think you can teach leadership qualities” (Gillman, 2014, para. 17). There are many styles of leadership; some positive and others negative. Bill Gates is a positive leader; he is an Innovative leader meaning he created new thoughts and actions. However, on the opposite side there are leaders like Hitler who lead through Machiavellian tactics, believing his way was the only way and whoever does not agree are weak;…

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  • Impeachment Of Bill Clinton Essay

    controversy and interest in the 2016 presidential primaries, it may be time to look back at possibly the most controversial scandal in recent memory. On January 7, 1999, for the second time in United States history the Senate began impeachment proceedings against a sitting president. William Jefferson Clinton (Bill Clinton), the 42nd President of the United States of America, was impeached in the House of Representatives on December 19, 1998; and then later acquitted after a Senate trial on…

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  • Lewinsky And Bill Clinton Scandal Analysis

    INTRO The Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton Scandal of the mid to late 1990’s sent a shockwave across the nation, and was the first time in American history where the personal life of a sitting President was deemed as fair game for a pending criminal investigation. When Lewinsky came on board as a trainee in 1995 to the White House, no time was wasted in establishing an inappropriate relationship with the most powerful man on the planet at the time, President Clinton. The situation was an utter…

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  • Bill Clinton: The Worst President Of The United States

    president the United States ever had to been William Jefferson Clinton, commonly known as Bill Clinton, the 42nd president from 1993-2001. He was born in 1946 in Hope, Arkansas, and is one of the few one percent that made it from rags to riches. He graduated from Georgetown University, attended Oxford University, and earned a law degree from Yale University (Hamilton, 2003). His profession as a lawyer led to his political career. In 1974, Clinton became a Democratic leader in the U.S. House of…

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  • Characteristics Of Bill Clinton

    I believe that Bill Clinton is one of the greatest presidents of our time. Clinton’s strong leadership style, viewpoints on terrorism and education as well as his involvement in foreign affairs allowed him to maneuver as president in a way that should be admired. Clinton has a strong senses of leader ship that allowed his administration to flourish. He has intellectual qualities that allow him to see how world problems can be solved. During the Clinton administration he not only handled domestic…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of President Bill Clinton Inaugural Address

    What did President Clinton Inaugural Address focus on? Most would say that the former president focused on political issues. But others would say he focused on the economic and social status of America and its people which was called the "Renewal of America". President Clinton addressed many ways in which he felt could improve American society. Those ideas have been carried onto todays society, but just a tad has changed simply because of the other different ideas that has came along. Clinton's…

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  • Negative Analysis Of Bill Clinton

    cartoon depicts a current day Bill Clinton, who is up to his usual antics, and declaring that he will fight for his wife 's protection. This political, single frame cartoon is about how Bill Clinton hears about the scandals that his wife is undergoing and how he wants to help her out while he is in bed with another woman. However, when you remove the covers this image becomes much larger than that. At first glance the viewer notices Bill Clinton lying next to a woman with a newspaper reading…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Bill Clinton And President Bush's Speech

    All three of these events called for a presidential address from the president at the time, Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Barrack Obama. While each rhetors ' purpose was to comfort their audience, they also had a different goal within their speeches. Bush 's goal was to give his audience strength in a time…

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