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The Clinton Tapes in Paris

Published on 10 September 2010 by in General, The Clinton Tapes

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Late in March, my wife Christy and I went to Paris for a week to promote foreign language editions of The Clinton Tapes being published in several European countries. Spanish, Danish, and Dutch journalists asked questions along with French outlets ranging from the high-toned Le Figaro to a comedy show on national radio. Here is one of the tv interviews, with a French host who speaks accented English far better than my non-existent French.

For those who read Spanish, here is a print interview for the Spanish-language edition of the book, called “Las Grabaciones De Bill Clinton.” The story refers to me as Clinton’s “confessor,” or “confidante.”

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During my February 23 visit to Chapel Hill, UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp invited me on his campus television show to talk about the Clinton book. The Chancellor has wide-ranging interests, including Beatles music.

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On February 23, I went to Chapel Hill, North Carolina for the formal opening of all my Clinton files, including dictation tapes and written exchanges with the President. They are are available to researchers who visit the Southern Historical Collection at UNC’s Wilson Library. These Clinton materials now join the much larger collection of civil rights research gathered for the King era trilogy, which I deposited in 2006.
To contact the library or review a finding aid for the Clinton and MLK files, go to: http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/inv/b/Branch,Taylor.html

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