On the morning of his presidential inauguration in 1993, with George and Barbara Bush waiting to receive him in the White House, Bill Clinton was running half an hour late. Hillary had her eye on the vice president's office, but to her horror Bill had decided to give it to Al Gore instead. The cause of this marital discord, oddly enough, was office allocation in the new administration.One or two of the women who helped to give him that allure have become household names, but the majority have faded from view.Talk about Mr Clinton's appetite for the ladies was rife in Arkansas in the 1980s.Freudian issues aside, more than a few people have commented on the eerie similarity between Bill Clinton's early upbringing and that of Adoph Hitler.Both had strong domineering mothers, fathers who were absent at an early age, both became sociopaths with severe sexual problems, and both had lovers who died under questionable circumstances.And after the swearing-in ceremony, which touched unprecedented levels of bathos with a cliché-ridden speech from her husband and some truly dreadful poetry from Maya Angelou, Hillary still was not happy.As was traditional, the Clintons were escorted to an anteroom in the Capitol while senators and congressmen waited to greet them.
What will be the character of a nation of children raised in the same manner as Hitler and Clinton?
, which he claimed “documents how Bill and Hillary used the State Department to enrich their family at America’s expense.” The book is a trainwreck of sloppy research and shoddy reporting that contains over 20 errors, fabrications, and distortions.
Reporters criticized Peter Schweizer for pushing conspiracies "based on little evidence" that are "inconsistent with the facts" and "false"; taking quotes "badly out of context"; excluding exculpatory information that undermines his claims; and falling for a fake press release.
Mr Clinton's colourful extramarital life, and the women who have featured in it, account for just a handful of the volume's 957 pages - but the vast bulk of the unanswered questions.
Bill Clinton was and remains the rock star of world politics.