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1992 Aug 22
President Bush told an evangelical gathering in Dallas that the Democrats had left "three simple letters" out of their platform: "G-o-d." Democrat Bill Clinton said Bush was trying to divert attention from the economy.
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1992 Aug 25
President Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton appeared separately before the American Legion in Chicago; Bush cited his World War II military service while Clinton sought to bury the controversy over his Vietnam-era draft status.
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1992 Sep 2
On the campaign trail, President Bush announced nearly $2 billion in new aid for US farmers and a $6 billion jet fighter sale that would largely benefit Texas. Democrat Bill Clinton, meanwhile, charged that Bush would short change middle-class students to finance tax cuts for the rich. Bush announced the agreement to sell Taiwan 150 F-16 jet fighters at the General Dynamics factory in Fort Worth, Texas.
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1992 Sep 16
A proposed debate between President Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton was canceled after the Bush campaign's refusal to negotiate with a bipartisan commission.
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1992 Sep 24
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton promised to press for a national health-care system for all Americans; the Bush campaign countered that the plan would be too expensive for average Americans.
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1992 Sep 30
The Bush and Clinton campaigns opened negotiations for a series of presidential debates.
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1992 Oct 2
The campaigns of President Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton agreed to hold three presidential debates and one vice-presidential debate.
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1992 Oct 11
President Bush, Democrat Bill Clinton and independent candidate Ross Perot met for the first of three debates, this one held at Washington University in St. Louis.
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1992 Oct 15
The US State Department acknowledged that it had improperly handled requests for the passport file of Democratic presidential nominee Bill Clinton.
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1992 Oct 19
President Bush, Democrat Bill Clinton and independent Ross Perot met in their third and final campaign debate, in East Lansing, Mich.
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1992 Oct 28
Less than a week before Election Day, President Bush continued to emphasize that voters could not trust Bill Clinton in the White House; for his part, Clinton accused Bush of abusing the powers of the presidency.
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1992 Nov 2
On Election Day eve 1992, President Bush and Democratic challenger Bill Clinton stumped at a furious pace in several states.
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1992 Nov 3
Bill Clinton, governor of Arkansas, was elected as the 42nd president of the United States, defeating President Bush, who won 38% of the popular vote. Clinton won Ohio by 2 percentage points.
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1992 Nov 6
President-elect Bill Clinton asked Vernon Jordan and Warren Christopher to lead the White House transition team.
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1992 Nov 10
President Bush dismissed State Department official Elizabeth Tamposi for her role in a pre-election search for passport records of his rivals, Democrat Bill Clinton and Ross Perot.
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1992 Nov 12
In his first formal post-election news conference, President-elect Clinton presented a detailed blueprint for action once he took office, and promised his administration would have the strictest ethical guidelines in history.
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1992 Nov 14
As preparations for the presidential transition continued, President-elect Clinton told reporters in Little Rock, Ark., that a compromise on a line-item veto proposed by House Speaker Thomas Foley could prove acceptable.
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1992 Nov 15
President-elect Clinton and his wife, Hillary, hosted a dinner in Little Rock, Ark., for Democratic congressional leaders in the first such meeting since the presidential election.
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1992 Nov 16
President-elect Clinton and Democratic congressional leaders held a news conference in Little Rock, Ark., in which they pledged a "new era" of action.
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1992 Nov 18
President-elect Clinton began a two-day whirlwind visit to the nation's capital by meeting with President Bush.
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1992 Nov 19
President-elect Clinton paid a call on Congress.
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1992 Nov 22
President-elect Bill Clinton met in Little Rock, Ark., with sometime-critic Jesse Jackson, who praised the future chief executive as a leader who could "make the nation whole."
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1992 Nov 27
President-elect Clinton met for more than an hour with former President Reagan in Los Angeles.
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1992 Dec 10
President-elect Clinton announced his first Cabinet selections, including Lloyd Bentsen to be treasury secretary and Leon Panetta to be budget director.
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1992 Dec 11
President-elect Clinton tapped Robert Reich to be labor secretary and Donna Shalala to be secretary of Health and Human Services.
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1992 Dec 12
President-elect Clinton tapped Thomas F. "Mack" McLarty to be his chief of staff and Democratic national chairman Ron Brown to be commerce secretary.
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1992 Dec 14
President-elect Clinton opened a two-day conference in Little Rock, Ark., on the nation's economic problems.
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1992 Dec 15
President-elect Clinton concluded a two-day conference on the economy, saying the nation must tame "the monster of spiraling health care costs" in order to slash the huge budget deficit. The 1992 US budget deficit reached $290.4 billion, the highest of the century.
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1992 Dec 17
President-elect Clinton tapped former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros to be Secretary of Housing.
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1992 Dec 21
President-elect Clinton tapped Richard Riley to be education secretary and Hazel O'Leary to be energy secretary; Clinton expressed anger at "bean counters" for saying he was not appointing enough women to his Cabinet.
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1992 Dec 22
President-elect Clinton chose Warren Christopher to be his secretary of state and tapped Les Aspin to be defense secretary.
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1992 Dec 22
Mr. Blair, a friend of the Clinton’s, persuaded Mr. McDougall to purchase the Whitewater shares for $1,000 and sign an indemnity agreement releasing the Clintons from any and all liability. This cleared the Clinton’s of a $58,000 liability. The saving was not reported on the Clinton’s 1992 tax return.
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1992 Dec 24
President-elect Clinton appointed Bruce Babbitt interior secretary, Mike Espy agriculture secretary and Federico Pena transportation secretary; Clinton also chose Zoe Baird to be attorney general, but the nomination fell apart over Baird's hiring of illegal aliens as domestic workers.
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1992 Dec 26
Time magazine announced it had chosen President-elect Bill Clinton its 1992 "Man of the Year."
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1992
David Ifshin, a friend of Bill Clinton, advised the Clintons to respond to Jeff Gerth’s New York Times queries about Whitewater by letting it all hang out.
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1992
US Pres. candidate Bill Clinton promised to lift the ban against homosexual military service members.
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1993 Jan 4
President-elect Clinton spoke by telephone with Russian President Boris Yeltsin about the newly signed START II treaty; Clinton pledged to do all he could to get early ratification.
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1993 Jan 14
Retreating from a campaign promise, President-elect Clinton said he would continue President Bush's policy of forcibly returning Haitian boat people to Haiti.
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1993 Jan 17
The United States, accusing Iraq of a series of military provocations, unleashed Tomahawk missiles against a military complex eight miles from downtown Baghdad. President-elect Clinton, arriving in Washington for his inauguration, backed the action.
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1993 Jan 20
Bill Clinton was sworn in as the 42nd president of the United States; Al Gore was sworn in as vice president. The Senate confirmed Lloyd Bentsen as treasury secretary, Les Aspin as defense secretary and Warren Christopher as secretary of state. That night, Clinton picked up a saxophone and jammed at five of the 12 inaugural balls he and his wife, Hillary, attended. Christopher served for 4 years and in 1998 published "In the Stream of History: Shaping Foreign Policy for a new Era," a compilation of 41 of his major speeches.
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1993 Jan 22
President Clinton resumed his search for an attorney general, following the early-morning withdrawal of nominee Zoe Baird in the face of a complaints over her hiring of illegal aliens. Clinton reversed the federal policy barring the mention of abortion by doctors in federally financed institutions.
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1993 Jan 22
On the 20th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision, President Clinton lifted a series of abortion restrictions imposed by his Republican predecessors.
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1993 Jan 25
President Clinton appointed his wife, Hillary, to head a committee on health-care reform.
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1993 Jan 29
President Clinton announced that he was ordering the draft of a formal directive by July 15 to end the longstanding ban on homosexuals in the U.S. military.
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1993 Feb 2
In a speech to the National Governors' Association, President Clinton pledged to transform welfare into a "hand up, not a handout" by giving recipients training and then requiring them to work.
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1993 Feb 5
Federal judge Kimba Wood, President Clinton's expected choice for attorney general, withdrew from consideration, saying her baby sitter had been an illegal alien for seven years.
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1993 Feb 10
The Clinton administration said U.S. troops could be sent to enforce peace in former Yugoslavia provided warring factions there negotiated a settlement.
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1993 Feb 11
President Clinton announced his choice of Miami prosecutor Janet Reno to be the nation's first female attorney general, after two earlier candidates stumbled because they'd hired illegal aliens.
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1993 Feb 15
President Clinton issued an economic "call to arms," asking Americans to accept a painful package of tax increases and spending cuts.
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1993 Feb 16
Prices fell as Wall Street reacted unfavorably to President Clinton's economic austerity plan outlined in a White House address the night before.
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1993 Feb 17
President Clinton addressed a joint session of Congress, asking Americans to accept one of the biggest tax increases in history as part of a plan to stimulate the economy and curb massive budget deficits.
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1993 Feb 18
President Clinton hosted a campaign-style rally at St. Louis' Union Station to enlist citizen support for his economic plan.
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1993 Feb 19
President Clinton's economic plan won praise from Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. The president, visiting Hyde Park, N.Y., suggested the United States might have to consider a national sales tax "not too long in the future," then said he'd meant in 10 years or so.
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1993 Feb 23
President Clinton won United Nations support for a plan to airdrop relief supplies to starving Bosnians during an Oval Office meeting with Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali.
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1993 Feb 25
President Clinton ordered the Pentagon to mount an airdrop of relief supplies into Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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1993 Feb 27
President Clinton, in his weekly radio address, promised to find out who was behind the huge explosion at New York City's World Trade Center, a bombing later blamed on Islamic militants.
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1993 Mar 16
President Clinton met with ousted Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide; afterward, Clinton announced he was sending a special envoy to Haiti to seek a return to democracy.
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1993 Mar 18
On Capitol Hill, the House approved President Clinton's deficit-reduction blueprint on a virtual party-line 243-183 vote.
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1993 Mar 23
In his first formal news conference since taking office, President Clinton suggested restricting the duty assignment of homosexuals in the military as a way of allowing openly gay personnel; however, the idea was quickly abandoned.
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1993 Mar 25
The Senate approved an outline of President Clinton's plan to spark the economy and trim the budget deficit by a vote of 54-45.
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