Bill is back!
Nearly seven years after he left the White House, Bill Clinton is surprisingly more influential than ever.
He’s become a tireless pitchman for charitable causes globally, the undisputed king of the worldwide lecture circuit – and with wife Hillary the leading Democratic candidate for president, a potential queen maker in 2008.
Newsmax magazine’s special report “Bill Clinton Still (Very Much) in Power” takes an in-depth look at the controversial political and cultural powerhouse who is redefining what it means to be an ex-president.
Will his next role be “First Man”?
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- How Bill pulled himself out of a deep “funk” in the early days after the White House
- Clinton’s candid confession about his previous charitable work
- The fervent vow Clinton made for his post-presidency
- The “dream job” Clinton sought after he left office
- Bill’s likely role in a Hillary presidency
- Mogul Richard Branson’s amazing pledge to help Clinton
- When Bill “went to school” at Starbucks
- The interviewer’s question that sent Clinton into a finger-wagging rage
- Clinton’s surprising alliance with former President Bush
- How Bill’s gift of gab rakes in millions
- Clinton’s lucrative relationship with billionaire Ron Burkle
- The former president’s tearful first day at his new Manhattan office
- The health scare that changed Clinton’s mission in life
- The Clinton Foundation’s pioneering efforts to battle AIDS
- Clinton’s grueling seven-country African tour
- Bill’s most ambitious program – the Clinton Global Initiative – and its $10 billion war chest
- The ultimate key to Clinton’s continuing popularity
- Why President Bush calls Bill “my new brother”
- What a Secret Service agent says about the former president
- Why Bill is proving to be Hillary’s “secret weapon”
- What other presidents have done post-White House
- The scenario that puts Bill in the U.S. Senate
- How Bill woos the African-American vote for Hillary
- The elusive question that still lingers about Bill
- And much more.
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In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from Dick Morris, John Stossel, Bill O’Reilly, Christopher Ruddy, David Limbaugh, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Ed Koch, James Hirsen, and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:
- There’s no “Gipper” for Iowa Republicans
- Incredible: China trains 50 million kids for military duty
- Ingraham: Hillary plans to ruin talk radio
- Mexican trucks charge across the border
- Ten Kennedy jeered for opposing wind farm
- Starting over: Refugees in America
- Israeli attack “panics” Iran
- The 10 funniest family DVDs
- Boomers paying the price for aerobics
- Brad Pitt’s free eco-lunch
- Interview with Obama’s Karl Rove – David Axelrod
- George Washington’s leadership lessons still ring true
- WiTricity: An end to power cords
- Showbiz: Live fast, die young
- Cities want in on casino action
- Imperfect storm: Law of the Sea
- Romney gives Democrats an “F” on sex ed
- Bush’s legacy in the courts
- NBC’s “Predator” catches heat
- Faith in the fast (food) lane
- Death of the ranch house
- Success is linked to humility
- Cosmeceuticals may be skin saviors
- Beware of lead, the hidden killer
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