Open Borders Advocate Bill Clinton Claims 'Nationalism Destroying' U.S.

Open Borders Advocate Bill Clinton Claims 'Nationalism Destroying' U.S.

President-elect Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary appear at the inaugural ball at the Washington Convention Center, January 18, 1993.

President-elect Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary appear at the inaugural ball at the Washington Convention Center, January 18, 1993.

Chelsea Clinton’s Smarts    Chelsea Clinton is the only child of President Bill Clinton and his wife, two-time Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Chelsea was twelve when her father won the presidency and subsequently had to face her awkward teenage years while her dad was in office. The media took aim at Chelsea even criticizing her looks, which is unfortunate because it is hard enough being a teenager much less one that is growing up in the public eye.

Chelsea Clinton’s Smarts Chelsea Clinton is the only child of President Bill Clinton and his wife, two-time Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Chelsea was twelve when her father won the presidency and subsequently had to face her awkward teenage years while her dad was in office. The media took aim at Chelsea even criticizing her looks, which is unfortunate because it is hard enough being a teenager much less one that is growing up in the public eye.

President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary share a moment in the East Room of the White House 1996 in Washington, D.C.  Credit: David Hume Kennerly

President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary share a moment in the East Room of the White House 1996 in Washington, D.C. Credit: David Hume Kennerly

Singer Harry Belafonte(L) and US President Bill Clinton(R) talk in the reception line as Clinton hosts a State Dinner for South African President Thabo Mbeki and his wife late 22 May 2000 at the White House in Washington, DC. (ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP Photo Paul J. RICHARDS / AFP / PAUL

Singer Harry Belafonte(L) and US President Bill Clinton(R) talk in the reception line as Clinton hosts a State Dinner for South African President Thabo Mbeki and his wife late 22 May 2000 at the White House in Washington, DC. (ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP Photo Paul J. RICHARDS / AFP / PAUL

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