Bill Clinton Arrives For Amagansett Vacation, Hillary To Follow Later This Week - 27 East

Bill Clinton Arrives For Amagansett Vacation, Hillary To Follow Later This Week

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author on Aug 17, 2015
Former President Bill Clinton arrived in East Hampton on Sunday for a two-week stay that will be peppered with fundraisers for Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign. Ms. Clinton, the former... more

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