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1995 Apr 11
Pres. Clinton expressed sympathy for Pakistan's anger over the blocked sale of American fighter jets, telling visiting PM Benazir Bhutto that it was "not right" for the United States to keep the planes and refuse to give the money back. Pakistan received jets in 2005.
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1995 Apr 15
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton asked Congress to protect a short list of key legislation, saying he was giving the highest priority to welfare reform, targeted tax cuts and a crime bill preserving the assault weapons ban.
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1995 Apr 17
President Clinton signed an executive order stripping the classified label from most national security documents that were at least 25 years old.
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1995 Apr 18
President Clinton held a prime-time news conference in which he said he was satisfied that he remained relevant in a Republican-dominated capital, and challenged Congress to send him an acceptable welfare bill by July 4.
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1995 Apr 23
Pres. Clinton declared a national day of mourning for the victims of the Oklahoma City blast.
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1995 Apr 30
President Clinton announced he would end U.S. trade and investment with Iran, denouncing the Tehran government as "inspiration and paymaster to terrorists."
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1995 May 1
President Clinton defended his choice for surgeon general, Henry Foster, as a "pro-life, pro-choice doctor."
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1995 May 2
President Clinton agreed to allow some 20,000 Cubans into the United States after months of detention at Guantanamo Bay, but said any more Cubans who fled their country would be forcibly repatriated.
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1995 May 5
As rescue workers ended their search for bodies in the Oklahoma City bombing, President Clinton denounced self-styled anti-government militias, saying, "How dare you call yourselves patriots and heroes."
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1995 May 9
President Clinton arrived in Moscow for a summit with Russian President Boris Yeltsin.
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1995 May 12
President Clinton, during a stopover in Ukraine, visited Babi Yar, where the Nazis massacred more than 30,000 Kiev Jews in 1941.
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1995 May 16
The Clinton administration threatened punitive tariffs that would double the prices for Japan's most popular luxury cars.
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1995 May 19
The Senate voted 99-0 to reject President Clinton's spending blueprint.
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1995 May 20
President Clinton announced that the two-block stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House would be permanently closed to motor vehicles as a security measure.
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1995 May 31
President Clinton declared he was ready to permit the temporary use of American ground forces in Bosnia to help UN peacekeepers move to safer positions if necessary.
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1995 Jun 1
President Clinton visited Billings, Montana, where he met with farmers and presided over a televised town hall meeting.
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1995 Jun 7
President Clinton vetoed his first bill, striking down a Republican plan to cut $16.4 billion in spending.
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1995 Jun 11
In an unprecedented joint appearance, President Clinton and House Speaker Newt Gingrich sparred politely over Medicare and other issues before an audience of senior citizens in Claremont, New Hampshire.
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1995 Jun 13
President Clinton proposed a ten-year plan for balancing the federal budget, saying in a televised address his proposal would cut spending by $1.1 trillion.
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1995 Jun 15
The Summit of 7 leading industrialist nations, G-7, met in Halifax, Canada, for talks on a unified front against terrorism. President Clinton met with Japanese PM Tomiichi Mu-rayama on the opening day of a Group of Seven summit in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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1995 Jun 24
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton blamed the failed nomination of Dr. Henry Foster to be surgeon general on right-wing extremists who, he said, would "stop at nothing" to outlaw abortion.
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1995 Jun 26
President Clinton observed the 50th anniversary of the United Nations at the site of its birth in San Francisco.
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1995 Jun 30
President Clinton, speaking in Chicago, proposed an even tighter ban on armor-piercing handgun ammunition known as "cop-killer" bullets.
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1995 Jul 10
President Clinton embraced mandatory ratings for TV programs and legislation to put parental-control chips in new sets.
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1995 Jul 11
Full diplomatic relations were established between the United States and Vietnam following an order by Pres. Clinton.
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1995 Jul 12
President Clinton spelled out school-prayer guidelines, asserting the First Amendment already guaranteed adequate freedom of religion.
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1995 Jul 13
President Clinton denounced a base-closing list for the damage it would do to California and Texas, but then approved the package while promising to save jobs in those states.
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1995 Jul 18
US Senate Republicans opened a new round of Whitewater hearings.
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1995 Jul 19
President Clinton firmly rejected calls for dismantling affirmative action programs.
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1995 Jul 27
The Korean War Veterans Memorial was dedicated in Washington by President Clinton and South Korean President Kim Young-sam.
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1995 Jul 29
President Clinton and Republicans marked the 30th anniversary of Medicare by accusing one another of putting the program’s future at risk.
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1995 Jul
Monica Lewinsky began employment as an intern in the White House Chief of Staff’s office.
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1995 Aug 8
President Clinton, during a visit to Baltimore, ordered all companies doing business with the federal government to report the pollution they cause.
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1995 Aug 11
Pres. Clinton vetoed a congressional move to end the arms embargo on Bosnia and sent Envoy Richard Holdbrooke on a new peace mission.
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1995 Aug 11
President Clinton banned all US nuclear tests, calling his decision "the right step as we continue pulling back from the nuclear precipice."
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1995 Aug 17
James B. McDougal, McDougal’s ex-wife, Susan H. McDougal, and Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker were indicted by the Whitewater grand jury. James McDougal was convicted on 18 of 19 counts of fraud and conspiracy; Tucker was found guilty on one count of fraud and one count of conspiracy; Susan McDougal was convicted on four fraud-related charges. James B. McDougal’s sentencing was delayed when the court suggested he testify against the Clintons. He died of a heart attack in federal prison in Fort Worth, Texas, on March 8, 1998. Susan H. McDougal was sentenced to two years in prison, probation, community service and $305,000 in fines and restitution. She received a full Presidential pardon from outgoing President Bill Clinton in the final hours of his presidency on January 20, 2001. Jim Guy Tucker was convicted of three counts of felony; due to his poor health, he was sentenced to four years probation and 18 months of house detention and $325,000 in fines and restitution.
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1995 Aug 23
During a memorial service at Fort Myer, Virginia, President Clinton eulogized three US diplomats killed in a road accident near Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and vowed to carry on the struggle for peace in the Balkans.
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1995 Aug 26
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton explained his decision to impose a two-year moratorium on mining claims on 4500 acres of federal land near the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park, saying the land was "more priceless than gold."
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1995 Sep 2
At a military cemetery on a hill high above Honolulu, President Clinton marked the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II, saying it taught Americans that "the blessings of freedom are never easy or free."
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1995 Sep 16
President Clinton voiced support for a Senate welfare overhaul plan sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole.
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1995 Sep 18
President Clinton began a five-day re-election campaign fund-raising tour that got off to a rocky start after a deal to convert the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard to civilian use collapsed at the last minute.
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1995 Sep 23
In a wide-ranging interview aboard Air Force One, President Clinton admitted he had tended in the past to get hung up on details, and pledged to do a better job in providing reassuring leadership to Americans confused by tumultuous times.
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1995 Oct 5
Pres. Clinton announced that a cease-fire was agreed on in Bosnia to start on Oct 10, and that combatants would attend talks in the US. Bosnia’s combatants agreed to a 60-day cease-fire and new talks on ending their three and a-half years of battle.
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1995 Oct 6
President Clinton delivered an address in which he defended his stewardship of US foreign policy and spoke out against what he said was a spreading mood of isolationism.
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1995 Oct 17
President Clinton told wealthy contributors at a Houston fund-raiser that "you think I raised your taxes too much. It might surprise you to know that I think I raised them too much, too"— a statement that drew criticism from both Republicans and Democrats.
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1995 Oct 18
President Clinton, facing political fallout for telling financial contributors that "I raised your taxes too much," said he had no regrets about the tax increase package he’d signed into law in 1993.
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1995 Oct 22
President Clinton, campaigning in San Francisco for California Democrats, demanded that schools expel gun-toting students after earlier accusing Republicans of plotting to gut his education package.
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1995 Oct 23
President Clinton met with Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Hyde Park, New York; the leaders agreed that Russian troops would help enforce peace in Bosnia, but remained deadlocked on the issue of NATO command.
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1995 Oct 24
President Clinton and Chinese President Jiang Zemin met in New York, trying to stabilize relations shaken by disputes over human rights, trade and Taiwan.
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1995 Nov 3
President Clinton dedicated a memorial at Arlington National Cemetery to the 270 victims of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103.
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1995 Nov 6
Funeral services were held in Jerusalem for assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. President Clinton led the US delegation; Arab dignitaries also attended, including Jordan’s King Hussein and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
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1995 Nov 11
With a partial government shutdown looming, President Clinton and Republican congressional leaders clashed over Medicare and bickered over who to include in compromise budget talks.
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1995 Nov 13
The US government braced for imminent partial shutdown as President Clinton vetoed one budget bill and prepared to reject another in a fiscal standoff with Republicans.
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1995 Nov 15
On the 2nd day of a government shutdown Monica Lewinsky and Pres. Clinton began a sexual relationship at the White House. The relationship lasted about 18 months.
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1995 Nov 16
Refusing to yield, President Clinton threatened anew to veto the latest Republican offer to end a three-day partial government shutdown; Democrats savaged House Speaker Newt Gingrich for claiming Clinton had snubbed him recently aboard Air Force One.
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1995 Nov 17
Pres. Clinton and Monica Lewinsky engaged in their 2nd sexual encounter. This occurred during a phone call to Rep. H. L. "Sonny" Callahan (R., Ala.) to secure his vote against an attempt to deny funds to commit troops in Bosnia.
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1995 Nov 19
The Clinton administration and Republican congressional leaders reached a deal to end a six-day budget standoff and resulting partial government shutdown.
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1995 Nov 25
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton appealed to America’s values and interests as he pleaded for support for the Bosnia peace agreement.
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1995 Nov 27
President Clinton presented his case for sending 20,000 U.S. troops on a peacekeeping mission to Bosnia, saying in a prime-time address that "in the choice between peace and war, America must choose peace."
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1995 Nov 28
President Clinton continued to press his case for sending 20,000 US ground troops to Bosnia. President Clinton signed a $6 billion road bill that ended the federal 55 mile-an-hour speed limit.
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