“He Could Get Squishy on Democracy”: Bill Clinton’s Perception of Vladimir Putin According to Recently Public Documents
by Stephan Kieninger
Newly available Clinton Presidential Library files give readers novel insights and fascinating impressions of Putin’s KGB heritage, his manners, his style, his shrewdness and his ways of manipulation.
Clinton Library set to release Donald Trump records
The library is set to make public nearly 500 pages of records pertaining to Trump, detailing the Clinton White House's interactions with Trump and his Trump Organization, as well as how Clinton aides prepared to field questions about Trump's entry into the 2000 presidential race.
SOURCE: Daily Beast
Olbermann Says Sorry & More Revelations in New Clinton Library Papers
A letter from the then-MSNBC anchor apologizing for his Lewinsky coverage, exasperation over Jimmy Carter, and more interesting documents from the Clinton White House.
Secrets of the Clinton Library
Six months after the National Archives began releasing long-withheld Clinton White House documents, thousands of pages of the most sensitive records are still not yet public.
The most interesting tidbits from the Clinton document dump
Nothing to worry about for Hillary in this latest document dump.
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