Top 10 Uncommon Facts About Bill Clinton
Related Videos
Popular
Most Recent
Most Viewed

Description


Here are 10 little known facts about President Bill Clinton. The two childhood events that inspired Clinton to serve his nation were meeting President John F. Kennedy and watching Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a Dream” speech on TV. Clinton uses his biological father's first as well as middle name and his stepfather's last name.

Transcript


Bill Clinton - Top 10 Uncommon Facts - as part of the news and politics series by GeoBeats. Here are 10 little known facts about President Bill Clinton: Number 10 – The two childhood events that inspired Clinton to serve his nation were meeting President John F. Kennedy and watching Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a Dream” speech on TV. Number 9 - Clinton uses his biological father's first as well as middle name and his stepfather's last name. Number 8 - His biological father died in a car accident before Clinton was born. Number 7 - His estimated net worth is $38 million. Clinton earned significant amount of this income as an author and public speaker in his post presidency days. Number 6 - As is the case for all ex-US Presidents, he gets approximately $200,000 yearly pension. Number 5 – Known for his past love for hamburgers, Clinton turned vegan after encountering a series of heart issues in 2004 and 2010. Number 4 - When in high school, he made it to the state band's saxophone section. His musical talent also helped him earn many scholarships. Number 3 - At the young age of 28, the former President first ran for Congress against a Republican incumbent. Number 2 – Clinton and his wife Hillary first met at Yale Law School, where both were students. Number 1 - Clinton was elected President of the United States twice in 1992 and 1996 making him the first democrat in six decades to complete two Presidential terms in the White house.