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On the afternoon of Wednesday May 10, Diane spoke with President Clinton in the Oval Office. In this hour, listeners will hear a recording of that interview, in which the President discusses trade with China, the upcoming presidential campaign, and his personal reflections on his time in the nation’s highest office. In the last portion of the hour, listeners are invited to call in to share their reactions.
- Bill Clinton 42nd President of the United States.
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