President-elect Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, hug each other during an appearance at the Old State House in Little Rock, Ark., following the presidential election victory, Tuesday night, Nov. 3, 1992.
William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton, with his wife Hillary Rodham Clinton and daughter Chelsea at his side, takes the oath of office as 42nd president of the United States from Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist on the west steps of the Capitol in Washington Jan. 20, 1993.
President and Mrs. Clinton share a laugh at the Youth Ball at the Post Office Pavilion Jan. 20, 1993.
President Clinton names Janet Reno the nation's first female attorney general at a ceremony in the Rose Garden at the White House Feb. 12, 1993.
In South Korea, Mr. Clinton plays the sax for a cheering crowd of American soldiers at Camp Casey. On July 11, 1993, the president ventured to within feet of North Korea in a tour of one of the last outposts of the Cold War.
President Clinton licks icing off his fingers after blowing out the candles on a birthday cake he was given aboard Air Force One while en route to Martha's Vineyard, Mass., celebrating his 47th birthday.
The Clintons meet with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican June 2, 1994. At left is U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican Raymond Flynn. Rome and the Vatican were the Clintons' first stop of an eight-day journey to Italy, France and England to commemorate D-Day.
The Clinton family, along with singer Trisha Yearwood, right, and Dacie Marshall, 5, sing during the Pageant of Peace, Dec. 7, 1994 on the Ellipse in Washington. Afterward, Chelsea officially pushed the button lighting up the National Christmas Tree.
President Clinton is joined by South Korean President Kim Young-sam for a jog on the White House South Lawn July 28, 1995.
In this image taken from video, Monica Lewinsky embraces President Clinton as he greeted well-wishers at a White House lawn party in Washington Nov. 6, 1996.
President and Mrs. Clinton share a laugh as they await the arrival of the "Summit of the Eight" leaders at The Fort resturant in Morrison, Colo., June 21, 1997.
"I haven't eaten at McDonald's a single time since I've been president," Mr. Clinton told a TV news program in November 1997. Nevertheless, the myth continued. Here, he was photographed at a McDonald's restaurant in downtown Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 13, 1993, just a week before he officially became president.
The Clinton family stops to take in the view during a visit to Beijing's Forbidden City June 28, 1998. The Forbidden City, once the home of China's emperors, was so named because commoners were forbidden to enter its high walls.
President Clinton waves as he sails with wife Hillary and daughter Chelsea aboard a sailboat skippered by former CBS anchor Walter Cronkite near Edgartown, Mass. Aug. 25, 1998.
President Clinton smiles during his joint news conference with Czech President Vaclav Havel at the State Department in Washington Sept. 16, 1998. President Clinton insisted that his ability to lead America and the world had not been diminished by the Monica Lewinsky investigation and threats to his presidency.
Hillary Clinton introduces President Clinton during a reception for Kennedy Center honorees at the White House, Dec. 6, 1998. Seated left to right are honorees Bill Cosby, John Kander, Fred Ebb, Andre Previn, and Shirley Temple Black.
President Clinton walks to the podium to deliver a short statement on the impeachment inquiry in the Rose Garden of the White House Dec. 11, 1998. Nearing a showdown over the fate of his presidency, President Clinton apologized to the country for his conduct in the Monica Lewinsky affair.
Mr. Clinton tastes traditional Ukrainian bread and salt used to welcome guests while he is greeted by representatives dressed in Ukrainian folk clothing in Kiev's Boryspil airport June 5, 2000.
President Clinton talks on the telephone in the Oval Office March 16, 2000.
Former President Clinton and Andrews Air Force Base commander Brigadier General James A. Hawkins, left, salute during the national anthem during a goodbye rally at Andrews Air Force Based in Maryland Jan 20, 2001.