Definition of Clinton, Bill in English:

Clinton, Bill

Syllabification: Clin·ton, Bill
Pronunciation: /ˈklintən
 
/
( 1946-), 42nd president of the US 1993–2001; full name William Jefferson Blythe Clinton. An Arkansas Democrat, he served as governor of his state 1979–81, 1983–93 before becoming president. During his first term, he worked with a Republican-controlled Congress to balance the budget. His second term saw economic prosperity as well as international crises in the Middle East and Yugoslavia. Problems that included contested allegations of financial and sexual misconduct escalated, and in 1998 he became the second president ever to be impeached, in his case, on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice. He was acquitted by the Senate in 1999.

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