As Trump prepares to sit down with Kim Jong Un, he’d do well to consider Clinton’s unorthodox approach to crafting the Good Friday Agreement, which ended the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Firsthand accounts from the Clinton White House during Kenneth Starr’s inquiry may offer a preview of what’s to come for President Trump’s staff.
The Democratic nominee would enter the White House with a well-established operating style.
Patrick Griffin, his chief congressional affairs lobbyist, recalls the lead up to the bill’s passage in 1994—and the steep political price that followed.
The former national security advisor on what happens when Mexico has 48 hours to live, Boris Yeltsin doesn’t get his way, and Bill Clinton schools Yasir Arafat.
In newly released interviews, members of Bill Clinton's administration remember his greatest strengths, toughest moments, and worst foibles.