Bring on the balloons! President Bill Clinton turns 71 this Saturday.
Last year, for the big 7-0, Clinton celebrated in style at New York City’s famous Rainbow Room to raise money for the Clinton Foundation.
No word on how the 42nd president plans to celebrate this year, but here’s to hoping it’s full of balloons and smooth tunes.
President Bill Clinton with members of his senior staff, George Stephanopoulos, center, and Howard Paster, director for legislative affairs, work in the Oval Office of the White in Washington, Aug. 5, 1993. The White House cautiously predicted victory but is keeping up the pressure as the House pushed toward a vote on a Democrat budget that targets the rich and calls on middle-income Americans for a dime a day to control the federal deficit. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)Credits:- AP Photo/Dennis Cook
Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Bill Clinton, left, gives a thumbs up as his wife Hillary, extreme left, and vice presidential candidate Senator Al Gore, right, and his wife Tipper, prepare to leave Columbus, Georgia on a bus trip, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1992. They are taking the bus trip to four South Georgia cities during the day. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)Credits:- AP Photo/Stephan Savoia
From left, Vice President Al Gore, President Bill Clinton, George Stephanopoulos, David Gergen, Mack McLarty, White House Chief of Staff, and Dee Dee Myers, press secretary are shown May 29, 1993 in the White House's Rose Garden. Clinton announced that Gergen will oversee White House communications office; Stephanopoulos will moving into a role addressing senior policy. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)Credits:- AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite
Hillary Rodham Clinton sits on the lap of her husband, democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton left, as she jokes with vice presidential candidate Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, during a brief rest on their bus in Durham, N.C., Monday, Oct. 26, 1992. The democratic ticket has spent the last two days touring the state. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)Credits:- AP Photo/Stephan Savoia
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