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‘Citizen’: Bill Clinton’s Reflections on Life After the White House

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This fall, the literary world will welcome former President Bill Clinton’s new memoir, Citizen: My Life After the White House. Published by Alfred A. Knopf, which also released Clinton’s previous bestseller, My Life, the book will hit shelves on November 19.

In this revealing account, Clinton reflects on the two decades following his presidency, sharing his involvement in global campaigns, his wife’s political journeys, and his perspectives on important events such as the Iraq War and the Jan. 6 insurrection.

In Clinton’s own words, “‘Citizen’ is the story of my 23-plus years since leaving the White House, told largely through the stories of other people who changed my life as I tried to help change theirs, of those who supported me, including those I loved and lost, and of the mistakes I made along the way.”

The White House (Credits: Architectural Digest)

The narrative promises to examine Clinton’s post-presidential years, offering an inside look at his charitable work, personal challenges, and the principles guiding his actions.

The book is described by Knopf as “remarkably candid and richly detailed,” providing readers with a unique window into Clinton’s personal and political life. Over the years, Clinton has been at the forefront of various philanthropic efforts, AIDS treatment initiatives, and reconstruction aid for Haiti following the devastating earthquake in 2010.

Apart from his philanthropy, Clinton has also ventured into writing, with titles ranging from the policy-focused “Working” to thrillers co-written with James Patterson, “The President Is Missing” and “The President’s Daughter.”

However, Clinton’s life post-presidency hasn’t been without its controversies, including scrutiny over financial contributions for Haiti’s reconstruction and his association with Jeffrey Epstein.

Former President Bill Clinton (Credits: NBC News)

In light of the #MeToo movement, discussions around Clinton’s past relationship with Monica Lewinsky have also resurfaced. A spokesperson for Knopf has yet to comment on whether these controversies will be addressed in “Citizen.”

Details regarding the financial terms of the memoir remain under wraps. Clinton was represented in the deal by Robert Barnett and Michael O’Connor of Williams & Connolly, known for their high-profile clientele, including Hillary Clinton, former President George W. Bush, and Barbra Streisand.

As the publication date nears, readers and critics alike are eager to explore Clinton’s account of his life after the presidency, marked by efforts to positively impact the world while changing the problem of his legacy.

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