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Everyone should read this important piece by @RepJoeKennedy - a powerful challenge to decide who we really are as Americans. https://t.co/4v9zfni4Wv
RT @dawnstaley: Thank @BillClinton for being the example we all should strive to be-helping others be a better version of themselves. Keep impacting lives on all levels! Much ️#42forthepeeps https://t.co/7odI8YGYk6
I’m so proud of all the people who have served or continue to serve our communities as #AmeriCorps members! And I‘m thrilled to see Little Rock at the top of this list. #NationalService https://t.co/aA4YU6TEPy
The world is closely watching the events in Hong Kong. I hope protestors’ right of peaceful assembly is met with dialogue, restraint, and respect.
We have talked, tweeted, and delayed long enough. This is about who we are as a country, and what America will look like years from now. It’s time to reinstate the assault weapons ban and make background checks universal. https://t.co/sc0moYF8Dx
Toni Morrison was a world-class human being. Her words stirred our souls & challenged our consciences to confront injustice, large or small, wherever it exists. How blessed we are that she gave us her gifts. Hillary and I are grateful for her life and the kindness she showed us. https://t.co/ZCSPFCma1F
How many more people have to die before we reinstate the assault weapons ban & the limit on high-capacity magazines & pass universal background checks? After they passed in 1994, there was a big drop in mass shooting deaths. When the ban expired, they rose again. We must act now.
I highly recommend Terry McAuliffe’s book “Beyond Charlottesville.” A powerful reminder of what real leadership looks like—and why we all have to call out racism, hatred and violence whenever and wherever we see them and continue to fight for a better America, just as Terry did.
Hillary and I are overjoyed and grateful to meet our new grandson, Jasper! https://t.co/vN1tHDFgv9
I’ve read, enjoyed, and have learned a great deal from all of Andrea Camilleri’s Montalbano books. He was a wise and gifted writer. I wish I had known him. I will miss him, and Montalbano, very much. https://t.co/BigJovg5v6
Ross Perot was a unique figure in American business and politics who lived a full and fascinating life. My statement on his passing: https://t.co/GKdnmjKbB7 https://t.co/fmfb0aRCMK
And a big congrats to the World Champions! So very proud of the @USWNT !
I’ll never forget watching the #USWNT win the World Cup 20 years ago. Wishing the team the best of luck as they go for their fourth star today! https://t.co/qd2PM13MWJ
RT @ClintonFdn: In a new podcast for #IndependenceDay, President @BillClinton traces the evolution of the presidency and how the best presidents expanded the definition of “We, the People,” with commentary by @Yale’s @davidwblight.
On the 4th of July and every day, we should celebrate the ultimate source of America’s strength—the promise of our founding ideals of equality and freedom, and the power of We the People.
Fifty years ago, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York's West Village neighborhood. This month, Chelsea spoke with co-owner Kurt Kelly, about the history of the Stonewall Inn, the modern LGBTQ+ movement, and more. Tune in. #Stonewall50 https://t.co/b9LILvS0tx
RT @SSStreett: Hope you tune in for this inspiring and entertaining conversation between @BillClinton and President Geroge W. Bush! https://t.co/eUYMW57dBo
Nearly 60% of kids in the U.S. are already behind in language and reading skills by the time they begin kindergarten. On our new episode of the @ClintonFdn podcast, Chelsea and experts share strategies on how to help every child reach their full potential. https://t.co/ThShDbRC4V
I’m honored to be back in #Kosovo to commemorate 20 years of peace—an achievement by the people of Kosovo that should be celebrated not just on this anniversary, but every day.
Follow along here for details of my trip. https://t.co/w2iGU134Qa
RT @ClintonCenter: THREAD: Today, on the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we honor the brave heroes who fought for freedom alongside our allies during WWII.
#OTD in 1994, President @BillClinton commemorated the 50th anniversary at the Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, France. https://t.co/HyyiA9QUsU
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