(1918-46), who died in a car accident three months before his son’s birth.In 1950, Virginia Blythe married car dealer Roger Clinton Sr. Prior to that, the Arkansas native and Democrat was governor of his home state.He was the only child of Virginia Cassidy Blythe (1923-94) and traveling salesman William Jefferson Blythe Jr.Getting Engaged" data-blog-content="false" data-content-tags="["f3ab8880-8fc2-4607-a7d5-99de4adbbfc3", "3927c8b7-f7eb-4657-bb61-ddb21beff0ff", "de0df316-39fa-4a86-9df2-c69e9afeb738"]" data-singular-terms="["Wedding","Proposal","Getting Engaged"]" data-content-hub-id="" data-content-strategy-type="editorial" It all began in the library for Hillary and Bill."I noticed that he kept looking over at me," Hillary says.Schippers, an attorney who served as chief investigative counsel for the U. House Judicial Committee for the Clinton Impeachment.Schippers writes that his committee conducted “lengthy and specific investigations” that found Kyle to be so credible that she was to serve as the chief witness at the anticipated Senate trial if the Senate had decided to impeach Clinton.
As a teen, Bill Clinton officially adopted his stepfather’s surname.
"He had been doing a lot of that." After exchanging several looks back and forth, Hillary stood up and walked over to Bill.
"I said 'If you're going to keep looking at me, and I'm going to keep looking back, we might as well be introduced -- I'm Hillary Rodham," she says.
The affair with Mondale is an old story, but as for Mondale, she always claimed she and Bill were “just friends.” The former VP’s journalist daughter died of brain cancer at the young age of 51 in 2011.
The book’s author was a former uniformed Secret Service officer who guarded the White House during Clinton’s presidency in the mid to late 1990s and according to him Clinton used the Secret Service as his own guard dogs to protect him during his many trysts with a long list of women. Clinton appointed a number of women and minorities to top government posts, including Janet Reno, the first female U. attorney general, and Madeleine Albright, the first female U. Clinton was born William Jefferson Blythe III on August 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas.