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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILL! SIGN HIS CARD

Later this month, our family will celebrate Bill’s 72nd birthday with our grandchildren, plenty of cake, and yes, balloons!

I’m asking you to help us mark this occasion by signing his birthday card and supporting the wonderful work he and Chelsea are doing through the Clinton Foundation.

From the time we met as law students at Yale, I’ve always loved and admired Bill’s desire to help others. Since he left office, Bill has continued his legacy of public service by focusing tirelessly on finding new and innovative ways to improve the lives of people across the country and around the world.

For the past 17 years, the Clinton Foundation has launched groundbreaking programs to create economic opportunity, improve public health, and inspire civic engagement. I’m incredibly proud to say that, because of the Foundation’s work and partnerships:

  • More than 900,000 children’s books have been distributed to underserved families across the United States – helping more children prepare for success in school.
  • Roughly 150,000 pounds of medical aid supplies were airlifted to Puerto Rico with support from the Clinton Foundation in the wake of the devastating 2017 hurricane season – and the Foundation created a CGI Action Network with businesses, nonprofits, and advocates who are committed to building a more resilient future for the people of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and across the Caribbean region.

I can’t think of a more meaningful birthday present for Bill than signing his birthday card and making a contribution to the Clinton Foundation that directly supports these efforts. Whether you’re a supporter or a partner who helps the Foundation conduct their work in the U.S. and around the world – you’re working every day to change lives, together.

With the support of people like you, there’s no limit to what the Foundation can achieve.

In honor of my husband’s birthday, please consider signing his birthday card and donating to the Foundation. Let’s continue to do everything we can to change the world today and forge a brighter tomorrow.

Bill, Chelsea, and I can’t thank you enough.

Sincerely,

Hillary

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Bill and Hillary Clinton celebrated Presidents Day by taking grandkids, Charlotte and Aidan, to see Sesame Street Live. The following night, Hillary and Chelsea had a girls’ night out. Great pics here! I’ll say it right up front: I take issue with the word failed here. Ripped off is more like it.

The Clintons take their grandkids to Sesame Street Live before Hillary has a night out with Chelsea where she gets a standing ovation at the restaurant

Bill and Hillary Clinton took her two grandkids to see Sesame Street Live on Monday at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Hillary is see on the left, next to her granddaughter Charlotte, posing with a picture with another attendee

Bill and Hillary Clinton took her two grandkids to see Sesame Street Live on Monday at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Hillary is see on the left, next to her granddaughter Charlotte, posing with a picture with another attendee.

  • Bill and Hillary Clinton took their grandchildren to see Sesame Street Live in New York City on Monday
  • The following day, Hillary was spotted grabbing dinner with her daughter Chelsea at Upland, an upscale restaurant near Madison Square Park 
  • The failed presidential candidate was given a standing ovation as she entered the restaurant  

Bill and Hillary Clinton have been on grandparent duty this week, coming down to New York City to spend some quality time with their two grandchildren.

On Monday, which happened to be president’s day, the former president and failed presidential candidate took their three-year-old granddaughter Charlotte and one-year-old grandson Aiden to Sesame Street Live in Madison Square Garden.

It was the second year that Hillary had treated her kids to the show. During last year’s show, Aiden was still a baby and had to be carried around by his mom. This year, he spent part of the time sitting on his grandpa’s lap, while Charlotte took a seat next to her grandma.

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Hillary is doing a bit of a Broadway binge! She saw “The Children” on Wednesday. Last night she and Chelsea took in “John Lithgow: Stories by Heart.” Lithgow campaigned energetically for Hillary in the 2016 election. Hillary is very popular with Broadway audiences!

Three cheers for Hillary.

While President Trump dealt with another week of drama, Hillary Clinton enjoyed a stress-free and praise heavy night of theatre on Thursday.

Clinton, accompanied by her daughter Chelsea, attended “John Lithgow: Stories by Heart” at American Airlines Theatre. They were on a double-date with designer Dianne Von Furstenberg and her husband Barry Diller, we’re told.

Before the night was over, the applause meter registered a hat trick for the former First Lady.

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Enough said!

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Barbara Kinney / Clinton Foundation

In recent years, the world has made important progress in the global fight to save elephants from extinction. Governments, businesses, conservation organizations, activist organizations, and citizens have come together to stop the killing of elephants, interrupt the trafficking of ivory, and reduce ivory demand. We’ve brought poaching rates down and elephant birth rates have gone up. This would not have been possible without strong U.S. leadership.

Elephants are dying at alarming rates—and our government just gave the green-light to hunt them and bring their body parts home.

The decision this week to reverse an Obama-era regulation and allow hunters to bring home barbaric “elephant trophies” from Zimbabwe and Zambia is a deeply alarming step backward. Because of the U.S. Endangered Species Act, the U.S. government is required to protect elephants in other countries—but instead of protecting them, the Trump administration is signaling it will be complicit in accelerating their extinction.

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If you received that email from Hillary, earlier this month, asking you to sign Bill Clinton’s birthday card, maybe you did notice her name at the bottom. There has been some suspense about what would happen to the foundation, to which all the Clintons are very dedicated, both in the run up to and in the wake of the 2016 campaign.

Now that the dust has settled, blueprints for the future of the foundation and the roles the Clintons will play in it are being drafted and realized as our friend Ruby Cramer outlines here.


The Clintons at the 10th annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting in 2014. Jemal Countess / Getty Images

She hasn’t returned to the Clinton Foundation in a formal capacity. But nine months after an election that left the charity smaller in size, scope, and funding, Hillary Clinton is stepping into a new supporting role — to raise money on behalf of the organization.

The fundraising plans, confirmed by foundation spokesman Craig Minassian, bring the former candidate back into a nonprofit still adjusting to new and uncertain terrain, with Bill Clinton, 71, serving in a new role of chair, and Chelsea Clinton, 37, as vice chair.

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We all knew that Hillary would always have a home at and role in the foundation. Her initiatives with Too Small to Fail, No Ceilings, and Clean Cookstoves were tremendously successful and continue to change lives for the better.

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