Making Juneteenth a national holiday is about much more than a day on the calendar—it’s a long overdue acknowledgement that the struggle for freedom, equality, and justice deserves a permanent place in our nation’s consciousness, and that there is still so much more work to do.
In my new thriller with James Patterson (@JP_Books), “The President’s Daughter”, former President and ex-Navy SEAL Matthew Keating goes on a high-stakes mission to protect what’s most important to him.
Add it to your summer reading today: bit.ly/3wAzKA0
I’m grateful that a record-high 31 million people now have health coverage through the Affordable Care Act. Congratulations to @POTUS and @BarackObama on this important milestone. Let’s keep going! twitter.com/potus/status/1…
77 years ago today, our longtime @ClintonCenter volunteer LeMoyne Jones was on a gunnery ship at Normandy. On this anniversary of D-Day, and every day, I am grateful to all who served and sacrificed to save the world.
Congratulations to Buddy Carter, a beloved member of our White House family, on his well-deserved retirement! Hillary, Chelsea, and I are so grateful for your service to America and everything you did for us, and we wish you much happiness.
Sen. John Warner was an extraordinary public servant and a good man. I enjoyed working with him because he was always willing to reach across the partisan divide when he thought it was right for America. My thoughts are with his family and the people of VA who he served so well.
People deserve to see their stories told and no one has worked harder to make that a reality than Jimmy Smits. We had a great talk about his incredible career, his work to advance inclusion in the arts, and his new movie @intheheights. podcasts.iheartradio.com/BiK80MOH
This week on my podcast, we revisit a conversation I had with my friend @chefJoséAndrés on his work providing hot meals and humanity whenever — and wherever — disaster strikes. Thank you, José, for everything you do.
Now the Biden Administration’s support for temporarily waiving COVID-19 vaccine patents, if implemented, will save lives and hasten the end of the pandemic. It’s worked before and will work again now, and it’s the right thing to do.
A few years later, the US PEPFAR program gave the countries it was working with approval to participate in the effort. The number of people on treatment worldwide has gone from under 1 million when we started to more than 26 million today.
Nearly 20 years ago, my Foundation began working with developing countries to buy off-patent HIV/AIDS drugs, and with the generic drug manufacturers themselves to increase production and lower the prices further.
I’m saddened by the passing of my longtime friend Carlos Romero Barceló. I was grateful to serve with and work with him both as Governor and President. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and the people of Puerto Rico.
There are too many lives being lost to and destroyed by the opioid crisis. I’m glad I could sit down with @Surgeon_General Dr. Vivek Murthy to discuss how we can work together to save lives. Listen on the latest episode of “Why Am I Telling You This?”: wjcf.co/2PDeM3I
I started @ClintonFdn to bring people together to solve problems and create opportunities. After 20 years of impact, I hope you'll consider joining us as we mark this milestone and look to the future. See how you can double your impact today: wjcf.co/3mtD0Ju
Every time I talk to my great friend @royspence, I feel more positive about the world and the future. I hope you enjoy our conversation about how finding our purpose can move America forward. Listen: wjcf.co/3sMaft8
This #EarthDay, let’s commit to work together to take care of one another and the planet we all depend on.
I’m proud of the @ClintonGlobal partners doing just that—fighting climate change, restoring habitats, and creating inclusive opportunities.
Learn more in the thread below: twitter.com/clintonglobal/…
Faith and community leaders can play a critical role in ending this pandemic. With our new toolkit, the Clinton Foundation is giving them the facts about the COVID-19 vaccines, to help answer questions from their communities. twitter.com/clintonfdn/sta…
Walter Mondale believed in the power of government to make a positive difference in people’s lives, and proved it at every stage of his remarkable career—with deep policy knowledge, a tireless work ethic, and uncommon decency. Hillary and I loved him and will miss him very much.
It takes a visionary writer to create characters and stories that expand our world view, and keep us coming back episode after episode. @shondarhimes does that better than just about anyone else. Shonda, thank you for joining me. It was an honor. twitter.com/shondarhimes/s…
Over the last year, @wyntonmarsalis & everyone at @jazzdotorg have helped music-lovers everywhere find the strength to persevere and hope for the future. I was proud to join their spectacular Innovation+Soul Gala, on demand through 4/25. Head to jazz.org/gala for more.
COVID-19 has upended lives and livelihoods, and exposed systemic inequalities that existed long before the pandemic. Today we have a historic opportunity to build an inclusive economy that works for everyone. Tune in here: live.clintonfoundation.org/futureofwork
With 361 bills in 47 states introduced since November that would restrict voting access, @staceyabrams ‘s work to promote free & fair elections and protect our democracy is more urgent than ever. Listen to our conversation here: podcasts.iheartradio.com/GZqYDPFl
Ron Brown was one of the finest Cabinet Secretaries to ever serve our nation, and one of the best friends I’ve ever had. After 25 years, I still love him and miss him every day, and keep his memory—and those of all who perished alongside him—in my heart. twitter.com/secraimondo/st…
Thank you to my friend Dr @BerniceKing for joining me on my podcast and sharing her story. We discussed the ongoing fight for racial, social, and economic justice, and how we can build the “Beloved Community” her father dreamed of. Listen here: wjcf.co/3u7eKj0
The law signed in GA today is a blatant attempt to suppress the votes of Black Americans and an attack on our democracy. I spoke with Stacey Abrams about this and other efforts to restrict voting rights and what we can do to promote free & fair elections. wjcf.co/3cmEW3f
Thank you to all the students at this year’s @CGIU meeting who are tackling pressing challenges in their communities. Grateful to our partner @HowardU and everyone who joined us in supporting their impact and commitment to turn their ideas into action.
My heart breaks for all those who lost their lives and loved ones in Boulder. How many more senseless acts of violence need to happen before we reinstate the assault weapons ban & the limit on high-capacity magazines and pass universal background checks? We have to do better.
Last week, I spoke with @RepGraceMeng, a leader in combating the alarming rise in anti-Asian hate crimes. She delivered a powerful message about what is driving these attacks, and what we can do to stop them. wjcf.co/3s6j6qg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of the most extraordinary people I ever knew. Listen as we celebrate her trailblazing life on “Why Am I Telling You This?" featuring her wonderful 2019 conversation in front of 15,000 admirers in Little Rock. podcasts.iheartradio.com/RPWr9dDw
No one, no matter where they live, should die from lack of oxygen. Join me and health experts from around the globe today at 11am EST for a conversation about the need for equitable medical oxygen access worldwide. markham.live/oxygen#InvestInOxygen#100andChange
I encourage every American to get vaccinated as soon as it becomes available to you—and to feel confident, as Hillary and I did when we got ours, that it will protect you and your loved ones, and bring us all one step closer to ending this pandemic.
America has always been at its best when we are looking out for one another and pulling together in common cause. Now, with the development of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines, we have the chance to rise to the moment again.
My conversation with Steven Garza about his experiences at Boys State and the importance of young people getting involved in politics left me feeling good about America’s future. Have a listen to the latest episode of “Why Am I Telling You This?” wjcf.co/2OiFn50