Former President Bill Clinton will be remembered as a leader who led the nation through the economic crisis and through its legacy.
He was also an advocate for women’s rights, human rights and LGBT rights.
But one of the greatest things about him is that he was a man.
In his memoir, “The America We Deserve,” Clinton talks about the challenges of being a man in the age of globalization.
He talks about being a gay man, a woman in the workplace, an African-American man, and the challenges that come with being a woman.
The book is available now.
“In my first term, I was a candidate for president.
I was in my first year in office, and I was facing a very difficult time.
I had been in the White House for five years.
I couldn’t even think about it at the time.
And so I think that was one of my big challenges, is I was very concerned about being in office,” Clinton wrote.
“And so I would go out there and try to be a leader for the country and the world, because I knew that I had a lot of respect for people who were in the trenches and working for us, working for me, and not just the president.
And that was the challenge that I faced.
I’m glad I went into office.
I feel fortunate that I got a lot done.”
The U.K. is holding a memorial service for Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton on Thursday.
Here are a few facts you may not know about the former president.
He became president in 1993 and has served as president of the United States since 1996.
Bill Clinton died on March 14 at the age, 85.
His wife, Hillary, became the first female president in 1996.
They have two children.
The two have been married for 53 years.