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1993 Oct 5
China set off an underground nuclear blast, ignoring a plea from President Clinton not to do so.
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1993 Oct 7
President Clinton ordered more troops, heavy armor and naval firepower to Somalia, but also announced he would pull out all Americans by the end of March 1994.
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1993 Oct 15
President Clinton sent six warships to the waters off Haiti to enforce trade sanctions in the face of defiant Haitian military rulers.
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1993 Oct 17
Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole, in a CBS interview, said he would offer legislation restricting President Clinton's authority to send troops to Haiti.
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1993 Oct 21
The Senate rejected curbs on President Clinton's right as commander in chief to send troops to Haiti.
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1993 Oct 22
It was announced President Clinton would fly to Moscow the following January for a summit with Russian President Boris Yeltsin.
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1993 Oct 27
President Clinton presented a revised version of his health care reform plan to Congress, urging its passage within a year.
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1993 Oct 29
President Clinton, speaking at the Kennedy presidential library in Boston, promoted the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying President Kennedy would have supported it.
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1993 Nov 1
In an address to pediatricians, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton accused insurance companies of waging a deceitful campaign against the administration's health plan.
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1993 Nov 3
President Clinton joined his wife, Hillary, in attacking the health insurance industry. The lobby, accused by the first lady of lying, unveiled a new TV ad repeating there must be a "better way" than the Clinton health care reform plan.
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1993 Nov 7
President Clinton, appearing on NBC's "Meet the Press," assailed labor leaders who opposed the North American Free Trade Agreement, accusing them of using "naked pressure" to try to kill the pact.
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1993 Nov 13
President Clinton used his weekly radio address to make yet another pitch for the North American Free Trade Agreement, then flew to Memphis, Tenn., where he delivered an anti-crime speech to black ministers at the Temple Church of God in Christ.
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1993 Nov 17
By a surprisingly wide margin, 234-200, the House of Representatives voted to approve legislation implementing the North American Free Trade Agreement in what was seen as a major political victory for President Clinton.
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1993 Nov 19
President Clinton met in Seattle with Chinese President Jiang Zemin.
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1993 Nov 22
Striking flight attendants at American Airlines called off their four-day job action after President Clinton helped broker an agreement to submit the dispute to binding arbitration.
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1993 Nov 23
President Clinton signed legislation lifting remaining US sanctions against South Africa, and announced an initiative to spur investment in South Africa's black private sector.
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1993 Nov 23
Pres. Clinton signed the “Apology Resolution” to acknowledge the 100th anniversary of the January 17, 1893, overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii, and to offer an apology to Native Hawaiians on behalf of the US for the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
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1993 Nov 24
President Clinton met at the White House with Salman Rushdie, the British author condemned to death by Iran for writing "The Satanic Verses."
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1993 Nov 27
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton said enacting comprehensive anti-crime legislation was the first priority for 1994, saying, "We have to be concerned that in both our cities and our rural areas, the value of life has been cheapened."
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1993 Nov 29
Kathleen Willey sought assistance from Pres. Clinton, who allegedly made a sexual advance upon her. She was requesting a job due to her husband’s financial difficulties. It was later learned that her husband committed suicide that same day. Willey later testified that she went to the home of Julie Hiatt Steele after and described to her the experience.
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1993 Nov 30
President Clinton signed into law the Brady bill, which required a five-day waiting period for handgun purchases and background checks of prospective buyers.
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1993 Dec 8
President Clinton signed into U.S. law the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which went into effect at the start of 1994.
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1993 Dec 11
President Clinton, in his weekly radio address, said the nation must fight "violence with values" and praised radio stations that refused to play songs advocating violent crime or showing contempt for women.
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1993 Dec 16
President Clinton announced the nomination of Bobby Ray Inman to succeed Les Aspin as defense secretary. Inman, however, later withdrew.
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1993 Dec 21
First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, in an interview with The Associated Press, said her husband, President Clinton, had solicited her advice on major issues; but, she added, her powers were limited.
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1993 Dec 23
President Clinton, under intense political pressure, instructed his attorney to give the Justice Department all records of his investment in an Arkansas real estate partnership linked to a failed savings and loan company.
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1993 Dec 27
U.S. officials said that Strobe Talbott, who had served as the Clinton administration's chief Russia policy architect, would take over the number-two spot at the State Department.
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1993
Pres. Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act. It granted workers 24 hours a year of unpaid leave to handle family matters. In 2003 the US Supreme Court allowed state employees to sue for denial of unpaid family leave.
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1993
Linda Tripp, a Pentagon aide, later reported to Newsweek Magazine that Kathleen Willey told her of a sexual encounter she had in the Oval Office with Pres. Clinton.
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1993
James Riady, Indonesian billionaire, began to be a guest at the Clinton White House. His family ran the Lippo Group, a financial conglomerate out of Jakarta. By 1996 he had made 15-20 visits.
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1994 Jan 5
The Clinton administration said North Korea had agreed to allow renewed international inspections of seven nuclear sites.
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1994 Jan 6
President Clinton's mother, Virginia Kelley, died in Hot Springs, Ark., at age 70.
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1994 Jan 9
President Clinton began the first European trip of his administration in Belgium, where -- on the eve of a NATO summit -- he warned of a rising mood of nationalism in Russia that he said threatened Eastern Europe's march of democracy.
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1994 Jan 11
NATO leaders concluded a summit in Belgium by warning Bosnian Serbs of their willingness to order bombing raids in former Yugoslavia to relieve embattled Muslim enclaves. President Clinton, who attended the summit, then traveled to the Czech Republic for a short visit.
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1994 Jan 12
Pres. Clinton bowed to political pressure and asked that a special prosecutor be named to investigate his 1980's Whitewater land dealings with Arkansas businessman James B. McDougal.
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1994 Jan 12
President Clinton, en route to Russia, nailed down an agreement with Ukraine to eliminate the country's nuclear arsenal, the third-largest in the world.
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1994 Jan 13
President Clinton held talks in Moscow with Russian President Boris Yeltsin.
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1994 Jan 14
In post-Cold War breakthroughs, President Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin signed Kremlin accords to stop aiming missiles at any nation and to dismantle the nuclear arsenal of Ukraine.
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1994 Jan 15
President Clinton paid solemn tribute to victims of Stalinist purges and German occupation during a six-hour stop in the former Soviet republic of Belarus before continuing on to Geneva.
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1994 Jan 16
President Clinton held marathon talks in Geneva with Syrian President Hafez Assad, who offered Israel "normal, peaceful relations" in exchange for land.
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1994 Jan 19
President Clinton visited quake-stricken Los Angeles, where he pledged fast and aggressive federal help.
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1994 Jan 20
Robert B. Fiske Jr. was appointed by Attorney General Janet Reno as the special Whitewater prosecutor to investigate President and Mrs. Clinton's Arkansas land deals.
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1994 Jan 24
President Clinton promoted William J. Perry, the Pentagon's second in command, to the post of defense secretary.
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1994 Jan 25
President Clinton delivered his State of the Union address in which he challenged Congress to pass comprehensive health care reforms.
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1994 Jan 27
The US Senate passed a non-binding resolution, 62-38, calling on the Clinton administration to lift the U.S. trade embargo against Vietnam.
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1994 Jan
US Pres. Clinton got NATO to reach eastward with the Partnership for Peace program.
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1994 Feb 3
President Clinton lifted the 19-year-old U.S. trade embargo against Vietnam.
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1994 Feb 6
A day after a mortar shell killed 68 people in a Sarajevo marketplace, President Clinton called for a United Nations probe. [see Feb 9]
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1994 Feb 7
President Clinton sent Congress his $1.5 trillion budget plan, declaring cuts in hundreds of programs would achieve a deficit-reduction record unequaled since President Truman's administration.
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1994 Feb 8
President Clinton's health-care proposal suffered a blow as the Congressional Budget Office released an analysis saying that the plan would not shrink federal deficits, but instead drive them higher.
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1994 Feb 10
The US Senate approved $8.6 billion in relief for victims of the Jan 17 Los Angeles earthquake. The House approved the measure the next day, and President Clinton signed it the day after that.
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1994 Feb 11
President Clinton and Japanese Prime Minister Morihiro Hosokawa, meeting at the White House, failed to resolve key differences on trade.
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1994 Feb 12
President Clinton signed an $8.6 billion relief package for victims of the Jan 17 Northridge earthquake in Southern California.
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1994 Feb 14
President Clinton used his first annual economic report to proclaim his policies had put the country on track for rising prosperity for years to come.
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1994 Feb 18
President Clinton notified Congress he was prepared to order bombing by U.S. warplanes in Bosnia.
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1994 Feb 19
With Bosnian Serbs facing a NATO deadline to withdraw heavy weapons encircling Sarajevo or face air strikes, President Clinton delivered an address from the Oval Office reaffirming the ultimatum.
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1994 Feb 21
With Bosnian Serbs complying with a NATO ultimatum to remove heavy guns near Sarajevo, President Clinton promised renewed efforts to help "reinvigorate the peace process."
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1994 Feb 28
Brady Law, imposing a wait-period to buy a hand-gun, went into effect. It amended a 1968 law that prohibited felons from buying guns and imposed a 5-day waiting period for handgun purchases to allow for a criminal record check.
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1994 Mar 3
Amid continuing trade tensions with Japan, President Clinton issued an executive order reviving an expired provision of U.S. trade law known as Super 301, which provided a strict timetable for results.
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1994 Mar 5
White House Counsel Bernard Nussbaum resigned in the wake of turmoil over the Clinton administration's handling of questions related to Whitewater.
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