August 31, 1997 |
Web users have some advice for soon-to-be college freshman Chelsea Clinton about getting along on campus: Don't be a name dropper. And don't start every sentence "My Dad says . . ." Excite Inc., which runs one of the popular "search engine" directories that let people find things on the World Wide Web, is asking its 2.5 million daily users how they think Chelsea should handle the challenges of attending Stanford University.
August 19, 1998 |
Some teenagers and parents were angry at President Clinton not for his White House transgressions, but for temporarily knocking the Miss Teen USA pageant off the air. Clinton's address to the nation forced CBS to cancel its live coverage of the annual show Monday night in favor of a tape-delayed version the next day. Audience members said Clinton should have checked the TV schedule before going through with a speech that would preempt the beauty pageant.
April 25, 2013 |
Former President Clinton has officially joined Twitter, sending his first tweets to daughter Chelsea and television host Stephen Colbert. "Excited to join @ChelseaClinton and my good friend @StephenAtHome on Twitter!" he tweeted Wednesday from the account @billclinton. "Just got a call from Chelsea. Ready to start Twitter lessons tonight. " Colbert, the host of Comedy Central's "Colbert Report," urged Clinton to join Twitter during a segment taped April 6 at the Clinton Global Initiative that aired April 8. "I understand that you don't use all of the Internet, you might go on the Internet, but you don't email, you don't Facebook, you're not Pinterest-ing," Colbert said.
August 26, 1993 |
President Clinton took his daughter horseback riding Wednesday, and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton went hiking, as the family continued its summer vacation on the resort island of Martha's Vineyard. "Not Secretariat. Nice old horse, though," the President told reporters as he headed toward a riding trail atop a 28-year-old black Morgan horse named Jack.
February 1, 1993 |
The eyes of Texas were on Pasadena Sunday--and on the White House solarium, where, in front of a big-screen TV, President Clinton sat comfortably--or maybe uncomfortably--between Texas Gov. Ann Richards and New York Gov. Mario Cuomo. Chelsea Clinton sat at her father's feet, cuddling her cat, Socks, who was making his first White House appearance after arriving from Little Rock on Sunday. They watched the game's start before a a state dinner honoring governors.
February 4, 1999 |
President Clinton and the first lady issued a terse statement Wednesday saying they "deeply regret and are profoundly saddened" by the decision of People magazine to run a cover story on their daughter, Chelsea. "Unfortunately, despite personal appeals with respect to her privacy and her security from her parents, People magazine has chosen to run the story," the Clintons said in a statement issued by the White House, appealing to other news media to continue to respect their daughter's privacy.
February 9, 2008 |
Angered by an MSNBC correspondent's demeaning comment about Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's daughter, aides to her presidential campaign said Friday that she might pull out of a debate planned by the cable network this month in Cleveland. Howard Wolfson, Clinton's communications director, cast as "beneath contempt" an on-air comment Thursday by MSNBC's David Shuster, who said Chelsea Clinton is "sort of being pimped out" as she intensifies her campaigning for her mother.
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May 18, 1993
In response to "Everyone Should Get This Message Loud and Clear: Leave Chelsea Alone," by Courtenay J. Semel, Campus Correspondence, May 9: Whether spending one's adolescence in the White House is an opportunity or an onus is pure speculation from Courtenay Semel, me or anybody else. Only Chelsea Clinton can deem the drawbacks as nominal or costly. However, I disagree with Semel's belief that Chelsea will suffer the loss of youth because she will not have had the typical experience.
February 5, 1999 |
Many a mother would be pleased to learn that People magazine was planning a flattering cover story about her relationship with her devoted daughter. But not First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. In fact, the White House was so furious about a glowing mother-daughter profile, appearing in the Feb. 15 issue of People, that the first lady's press office applied stiff pressure to try to get the magazine to drop the idea.