Oval Office Research Paper

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¬ Since America’s inception in 1776, the United States has been led by some of the greatest men in the history of the world. After so many years of extraordinary leadership from our various presidents, I believe that in order to get into the Oval Office, one must hold themselves to a higher standard than they ever have before, a presidential standard. On January 20, 1993, Bill Clinton was inaugurated as the 42nd President of the United States, arguably the highest office not only in America, but all over the world. He served his nation honorably in his first four years in office, and was successfully reelected in 1996. His presidency brought about NAFTA, an agreement that has definitely affected us greatly. Even today, after his presidency is long over, he still is involved with humanitarian and charity work. Overall, I believe that President Clinton served our nation honorably, and is a moral person. However, nobody is perfect, and President Clinton is no exception to this statement. In 1995, President Clinton began making an immoral choice that would affect him for the rest of his presidency, even his life. Despite his marriage to Hillary Clinton, President Clinton cheated on his wife and…show more content…
The position of President of the United States is surely a stressful and demanding one, but if President Clinton was seeking solace and relaxation from his relations with Monica Lewinski, he was making a huge mistake. Because he is still married to Hillary Clinton, I do not think he cheated on her because he didn’t love her anymore. As a result of that, I believe that the stress and demands of running a world super power, mixed with frequent interaction with Lewinski, influenced President Clinton to make the choice that affected him for the rest of his presidency, and wil affect him for the rest of his
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