Bill Clinton Weighs in On Syrian Airstrikes; Baby Gorilla Clings to Humans After Mother Rejects Her
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon is joined by Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States and founder of the Clinton Global Initiative.
Through candid and original interviews with actors, musicians, politicians and pundits, the first two hours of The â90s: The Last Great Decade?, narrated by Rob Lowe, jumps right into the action of the high-tech Gulf War.
Former President Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative. disscusion about the climate with David Crane, President of NRG Energy, Gina McCarthy of the EPA and José María Figueres Olsen. Juan Manuel Santos, President of Colombia.
A new CBS News poll shows only 49 percent of people think President Obama is trustworthy, down from 60 percent a year ago; and, President Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom -- the nation's highest civilian honor -- to 16 Americans, including Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey and Ernie Banks.
After years of issues the conflict between Trina and Victoria finally reaches a head. All the drama drives Trina to seek support from Edwin's ex-wife and Victoria's biological mother, Elaine Edwards. Trina suffers from pregnancy cravings that drive Edwin mad. And Trina gets ready for an extravagant New Orleans do that might mirror Liberace's mausoleum. The unruly guest list includes Bill Clinton's infamous mistress Gennifer Flowers and New Orleans' icon Chris Owens.
Guests: Paul Krugman, Bill Kristol, Jennifer Granholm, Matthew Dowd
Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran;Laurent Fabius, French Foreign Minister; President Bill Clinton & former Vice President Al Gore on the environment; Mike Allen on politics; Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle; Charlie's appearance on AMC's Breaking Bad.
Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, President of Somalia. From the Clinton Global Initiative former President Bill Clinton & former Vice President Al Gore discuss the environment.
Al-Shabab terrorist group says the deadly attack on a Kenyan mall is in retaliation for Kenyan troops participating in the fight against al-Shabab in Somalia, but it's also a propaganda tool; and, Charlie Rose and Norah O'Donnell of "CBS This Morning" talked to Bill Clinton about his wife's presidential ambitions.
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