Speaking during the televised broadcast “Celebrating America” after the historic inauguration of President Joe Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris, three former presidents shared advice for the incoming administration and echoed Biden’s calls for unity among all Americans.
As inauguration day approaches, take a look back at previous ceremonies throughout history.
Since President Ronald Reagan’s letter to President George H.W. Bush, every hand-off of power has included a gracious note left in the Oval Office — regardless of political party.
President-elect Joe Biden will be joined by former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton during the upcoming inauguration on Jan. 20, underscoring unity at a time of division.
Three former presidents say they’d be willing to publicly take a coronavirus vaccine, once one becomes available, to encourage all Americans to get inoculated against the disease.
bILL Clinton’s opened his speech by criticizing President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former presidents, politicians and civil rights leaders paid tribute July 20 to the late Rep. John Lewis at a memorial service in Atlanta.
Rose McGowan is calling for Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton to be arrested next for their alleged ties to the late Jeffrey Epstein following the arrest of his alleged sex abuse accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell.
Linda Tripp, whose covert recording of conversations with Monica Lewinsky revealed an affair with then-President Bill Clinton, has died, Fox News confirmed.
With 87 percent of precincts reporting, Trump secured more than 120,000 votes in the Granite State. In 2012, Obama managed just 49,080 total votes in New Hampshire.
Rep. Elijah Cummings was eulogized as a leader with the fiery moral conviction of an Old Testament prophet Friday at a funeral that brought former presidents and ordinary people alike to the Baltimore church where the congressman worshipped for four decades.