VIDEO: Bill Clinton touts bill he signed during presidency in White House appearance

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Former President Bill Clinton returned to the White House on Thursday and advocated paid family leave. His remarks come days before the 30th anniversary of his signing of the historic Family and Medical Leave Act.

Clinton claimed that although his law was a good starting point in giving people safe time off when they or a family member are sick, it did not go far enough.

“There are still a lot of problems that cannot be solved without some form of paid leave,” Clinton said.

“After all these years, I still have more people mention the family leave act to me than any other specific thing I did [as president],” Clinton declared.

The report explains: Two weeks into his presidency, Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act. It guaranteed 12 weeks of unpaid time off for individual sickness, childbirth, and taking care of family members who are sick.

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  1. I don’t think this family leave act is the one thing you are most famous for; seems like the act you are most known for has to do with a cigar and a very narrow definition of “sexual relations.”

  2. These f’n devils just will not go away, disgusting junkie white trash. Swamp rats have ruined this country and this was one of the worst of them all. Po💩


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