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Bill Clinton turns down White House policy job to fully embrace homemaking

Bill Clinton turns down White House policy job to fully embrace homemaking

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A week after moving into the White House, Bill Clinton has thrown himself into his new role as First Gentleman.

“When I got here, I was a little overwhelmed by all of the new work I would have to do. Just days ago, I had no idea how to fold a napkin, order flower arrangements, or even arrange a cheese board. But you live and learn,” the former president told Oprah in a televised East Wing interview. 

Asked whether he would be taking on the hard-hitting issue of childhood obesity like his predecessor Michelle Obama, he responded that he might indeed campaign for veganism. Otherwise, he said he planned to "stick to flower arranging." 

Clinton chooses perfectly reasonable person to be Attorney General

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CIA says male egomaniacs hatched plot to smite feminist history and steal U.S. election at international meeting of Accused Rapists Anonymous

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