Bill Clinton has officially taken control of a Twitter account that was created for him by Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert earlier this month. He made the announcement Wednesday night via video on The Colbert Report. Clinton's first official tweet was a response to Colbert, who tweeted at him on his show to ask why he hadn't been tweeting more.
Former President Bill Clinton took the stage during Sunday night's Golden Globe awards to present Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," one of the nominees for best motion picture drama. The former POTUS' surprise appearance received a standing ovation from the glamorous crowd.
In pushing back on the Democratic argument of a so-called Republican "war on women," GOP Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) accused former President Bill Clinton of exhibiting "predatory behavior" while in the White House, during his affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
On Tuesday, U2 frontman Bono did a spot-on impression of former President Bill Clinton while on a panel for the Clinton Global Initiative. Clinton got wind of the impression and in turn decided to try his best Bono.
Former President Bill Clinton released a statement on Monday heralding Jason Collins' decision to come out as gay within a half hour of Collins' announcement, calling it an "important moment for professional sports and in the history of the LGBT community."
Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert signed up President Bill Clinton on Twitter and convinced him to send out his first tweet Monday night, during Clinton's appearance on "The Colbert Report." "Sir, I took the liberty of opening up a Twitter account," Colbert told Clinton during an interview at the annual Clinton Global Initiative University gathering in St. Louis.