Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton Through the Years

From graduate school to the White House! Charge Clinton met Hillary Clinton (née Rodham) while they were learning at Yale Graduate school and have been together from that point forward.

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"She radiated this feeling of solidarity and restraint that I viewed as attractive," the Arkansas local related during the 2016 Majority rule Public Show.

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The 42nd president met his most memorable woman while learning at the school's library in 1971. After one year, the pair made a trip to Texas together to chip in for George McGovern's official mission.

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In 1973, Bill proposed to Hillary — however she turned him down, saying she "really wanted time." After the duo found a home in Arkansas, the previous Secretary of State acknowledged his proposition, the couple traded promises in 1975.

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One year after their pre-marriage ceremony, Bill was chosen for his most memorable government position: Arkansas head legal officer. In 1978, the legislator proceeded to be chosen as the legislative leader of Arkansas at 32 years old.

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In 1980, the couple chose to grow their family, inviting their little girl, Chelsea Clinton. Chelsea spent the initial 12 years of her life in Arkansas until the Clinton family moved to Washington, D.C. in 1990 when Bill chose to run for Leader of the US.

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Bill proceeded to overcome occupant George H.W. Hedge and was chosen as the 42nd president. Hillary went along with him in the White House a first woman and Chelsea turned out to be first little girl. He was reappointed briefly term in 1996.

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Over the course of Bill's time in office, he was met with a few discussions — however Hillary remained close by and upheld him. Eventually, the leftist was denounced subsequent to committing prevarication during the Monica Lewinsky embarrassment.

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When their residency at the White House reached a conclusion, the political family moved to Chappaqua, New York, in 2001. Hillary proceeded to seek after her own profession in governmental issues and turned into a representative for New York, where she served from 2001 to 2009.

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