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We'll wear the glasses." Those glasses, they became famous. Michael Wolff (musical director, ): All he talked about at rehearsal was Chelsea and how they really missed her.It was so hard to be out on the trail [without] her.I'd say the more upset they were, the more we were sure we were right.Grunwald: It was the end of one way of communicating with voters and the beginning of another. So I had written a memo saying we ought to do these kinds of softer talk shows.In terms of picking [which one], Arsenio was serious with guests and oftentimes talked a little policy. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices.

He was awarded: the Silver Star in 1942 for gallantry in action; the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism and earned the Air Medal with two oak leaf clusters.Born into a farming family, Bob and his siblings learned the value of hard work on the farm.Bob valued education, and earned an associate degree while tending the farm for his family.It used to be that serious presidential candidates appeared only on equally serious news programs. So the 45-year-old Arkansas governor booked a groundbreaking appearance on , to chat with the host and wail on his sax for soulful renditions of "Heartbreak Hotel" and "God Bless The Child." Mandy Grunwald (Clinton media adviser): The convention wasn't until July, so we had five or six weeks and very little money.But in the spring of 1992, Democratic contender Bill Clinton needed something special to set him apart from his opponents, sitting president George H. We realized that people needed to know more about Bill Clinton.

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