Bill Clinton
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42nd President of the United States
In office January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001
Vice President Al Gore
Preceded by George H. W. Bush
Succeeded by George W. Bush
40th and 42nd Governor of Arkansas
In office January 11, 1983 – December 12, 1992
Preceded by Frank D. White
Succeeded by Jim Guy Tucker
In office January 9, 1979 – January 19, 1981
Lieutenant Joe Purcell
Preceded by Joe Purcell (Acting)
Succeeded by Frank D. White
50th Attorney General of Arkansas
In office January 3, 1977 – January 9, 1979
Preceded by Jim Guy Tucker
Succeeded by Steve Clark
Personal details
Born William Jefferson Blythe III(1946-08-19) August 19, 1946 (age 70)Hope, Arkansas, U.S.
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Hillary Rodham (m. 1975)
Children Chelsea
Education Georgetown University (BS)University College, OxfordYale University (JD)
Signature Cursive signature of Bill Clinton in ink

Thailand & U.S. relations

Hello there,
Not sure how aware you are but over here in THailand it is getting pretty anti-American. Since Mr. Daniel Russel the U.S. Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific spoke out about Thai Martial Law it has been getting kinda ridiculous. First off you should understand that most Thai people truly listen to their national representatives; this is mainly due to restriction of information to the working class and their upbringing.
I have been in this country now for over 6 years. I have not seen our relations this bad before and its seems to be increasing daily. Speaking against martial law, U.S. West coast (Los Angeles) harbor disputes, etc. They even have their Prime Minister Mr. Gen Prayut, other influential and high ranking officials, and now some Yellow Shirt enthusiasts (Thanit Sriklindee)are speaking out against America and its citizens.
Seems stupid I know; but like I said their information is restricted to what the government wants them to know. Don't know what your doing over there but something should be done about this before it escalated further. Thai citizens tend to be a little over dramatic and fear bases and if they believe even half of what they are reading it could get ugly here. Either break relations with Thailand, which their leaders are speaking about, or send in a representative to fix this problem. Either way is fine.

P.S. Was much happier when you were president.
P.S.S. I left this message for the current president. Hopefully you can advise him in matters.

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