Presidential Arrival in Chicago
President Clinton hugged his wife and daughter as he stepped out of a Marine helicopter which brought him to Chicago. Then Mayor Daley… read more
President Clinton hugged his wife and daughter as he stepped out of a Marine helicopter which brought him to Chicago. Then Mayor Daley and a crowd of supporters welcomed him to the city. In his remarks, the president talked about the recent train trip he took from West Virginia to Indiana. Speaking following the evening arrival at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the President declared that his Administration is on the right track to the 21st century. "The best days of America, the best days of the Clinton-Gore administration, the best days of our efforts together to lift up our country and move forward are still to come," he said. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
Dick Morris Resignation Reaction
Mr. Panetta and Mr. Knight talked with reporters about President Clinton’s acceptance speech tonight…
Presidential Acceptance Speech
President Clinton delivered his acceptance speech to delegates at the Democratic National Convention.
White House Daily Briefing
Mr. McCurry read a statement from the president about the resignation of Dick Morris. He answered questions…
First Lady Speech
Mrs. Clinton addressed a meeting of the Illinois delegation. She is a Chicago native herself. She talked…