Bill is back!
Almost eight years after he left the White House, Bill Clinton is surprisingly more influential than ever.
He’s become a tireless pitchman for charitable causes globally, the undisputed king of the worldwide lecture circuit and a major force in American politics.
Newsmax magazine’s special report "Bill Clinton Still (Very Much) in Power" takes an in-depth look at the controversial political and cultural powerhouse who is redefining what it means to be an ex-president.
Even if his wife doesn't win the White House, Bill Clinton will remain a major influence.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- How Bill pulled himself out of a deep "funk" in the early days after the White House
- Clinton’s candid confession about his previous charitable work
- The fervent vow Clinton made for his post-presidency
- The "dream job" Clinton sought after he left office
- Mogul Richard Branson’s amazing pledge to help Clinton
- When Bill "went to school" at Starbucks
- The interviewer’s question that sent Clinton into a finger-wagging rage
- Clinton’s surprising alliance with former President Bush
- How Bill’s gift of gab rakes in millions
- Clinton’s lucrative relationship with billionaire Ron Burkle
- The former president’s tearful first day at his new Manhattan office
- The health scare that changed Clinton’s mission in life
- The Clinton Foundation’s pioneering efforts to battle AIDS
- Clinton’s grueling seven-country African tour
- Bill’s most ambitious program the Clinton Global Initiative and its $10 billion war chest
- The ultimate key to Clinton’s continuing popularity
- Why President Bush calls Bill "my new brother"
- What a Secret Service agent says about the former president
- Why Bill is proving to be Hillary’s "secret weapon"
- What other presidents have done post-White House
- The scenario that puts Bill in the U.S. Senate
- How Bill woos the African-American vote for Hillary
- The elusive question that still lingers about Bill
- And much more.
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This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.
In addition to our in-depth cover stories and hard-hitting investigative reports, we entertain a constant stream of notable guests.
Past issues have included incisive commentary from such experts as Bill O'Reilly, George Will, Kathleen Parker, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein and David Limbaugh — to name a few.
This special edition of Newsmax magazine also includes:
- There’s no "Gipper" for Iowa Republicans
- Incredible: China trains 50 million kids for military duty
- Ingraham: Hillary plans to ruin talk radio
- Mexican trucks charge across the border
- Ten Kennedy jeered for opposing wind farm
- Starting over: Refugees in America
- Israeli attack "panics" Iran
- The 10 funniest family DVDs
- Boomers paying the price for aerobics
- Brad Pitt’s free eco-lunch
- Interview with Obama’s Karl Rove David Axelrod
- George Washington’s leadership lessons still ring true
- WiTricity: An end to power cords
- Showbiz: Live fast, die young
- Cities want in on casino action
- Imperfect storm: Law of the Sea
- Romney gives Democrats an "F" on sex ed
- Bush’s legacy in the courts
- NBC’s "Predator" catches heat
- Faith in the fast (food) lane
- Death of the ranch house
- Success is linked to humility
- Cosmeceuticals may be skin saviors
- Beware of lead, the hidden killer
Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine’s prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies, and has now received a Charlie Award, the highest honor from the Florida Magazine Association, in each of five categories including Best In-Depth Reporting.
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