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Bill Clinton speaks at the 2012 DNC (C-SPAN) - Full Speech

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Published on Sep 5, 2012

Former President Bill Clinton addresses the 2012 Democratic National Convention. He is joined on stage following his speech by President Barack Obama.

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Ryan Wile
Had term limits never been established, this man would still be President of the United States.
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iHatebologna59
The one silver lining if Hillary becomes President is that we get to have Ol' Slick Willy back in the White House...  Hell yes!
steven franklin
At 6:30, Bill Clinton praises former Republican Presidents Eisenhower, Reagan, Bush I, and Bush II. Will we ever see a prominent speaker at a Republican National Convention praise former Democratic Presidents?
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Shahim Shaar
Most charismatic man in the world. Period.
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Lexie Marin
I think Obama will repay the favor at the 2016 DNC.
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veedub447
I bet he nailed at least 5 babes at that convention.
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SickMetalAddict
This guy needs to be re-elected for 2016!!!
SuperBigdude77
My Favorite President. I came to the United States from Kingston Jamaica in 1994 and It was a privilege and honor to have had Bill Clinton as my president.
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Christian P Schneider
The difference between the two Conventions that year was basically the difference between the '85 Bears and the '08 Lions. The DNC had Clinton coming in and breaking down all the numbers and points in a way the American people could understand. The RNC had Clint Eastwood talking to a chair.
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mzenji
So after listening to this again, I really can't blame Monica Lewinsky. The poor 21 year old girl never stood a chance. sigh.
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