Bill Clinton Victory Speech
On the steps of the Old State House where he celebrated victory four years ago, President Clinton called for bipartisanship and recalled… read more
On the steps of the Old State House where he celebrated victory four years ago, President Clinton called for bipartisanship and recalled the accomplishments of his first term. He also thanked his wife, his daughter Chelsea, Vice President Gore and other relatives, friends and staff members. He invoked his campaign theme of building a bridge to the 21st century, saying that the U.S. must be committed to making better opportunities for children and families. Prior to the president’s speech, Vice President Gore also thanked family and friends, praised Hillary Rodham Clinton and President Clinton and referred to his efforts to reform the federal government. There were reportedly tens of thousands of supporters at the outdoor rally. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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