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As Clinton's Secretary of State during his second term, she was an outspoken advocate for U.S. intervention abroad, especially in Kosovo. She served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations during Clinton's first term.
A political consultant and speechwriter, he (with partner James Carville) devised the strategy behind Clintons 1992 campaign. He went on to serve as Clintons political advisor at the White House.
A longtime friend of Clinton, he served as National Security Advisor during the presidents second term. During the first term, he was top deputy at the National Security Council.
A political consultant, he ran Clintons 1992 campaign. He and George Stephanopoulos formed the War Room to respond aggressively to the incoming that hit the campaign. Carville did not take a position in Clintons administration, but continued to act as an informal political advisor. He co-authored with his wife, Mary Matalin, a 1994 book, All's Fair: Love, War, and Running for President.
A Washington attorney, he served as a White House special counsel during Clintons impeachment in 1999.
After raising a record $70 million as finance director for Clintons 1992 campaign, he planned the inauguration and went on to serve as political director, then senior advisor, at the White House. He left the White House in October 1998.
An advisor to three Republican presidents, Clinton brought him to the White House in 1993 in a move that caused resentment among the White House staff. Gergen left the administration in December 1994. He is the author of a 2000 book on his White House years, Eyewitness to Power: The Essence of Leadership, Nixon to Clinton.
He was National Security Advisor during Clintons first term. The president nominated him to be CIA director in December 1996, but he withdrew his nomination in the face of opposition from Republican senators.
He was White House press secretary during Clintons impeachment trial, and held the post from October 1998, when Mike McCurry resigned, until October 2000.
As White House press secretary from 1995 to 1998, he was often what he called "the chum in the feeding frenzy," especially during the Lewinsky scandal. He left the White House in October 1998, joking to reporters, "Free at last!"
A political strategist who advised Clinton on and off since 1978, he devised the triangulation policy that helped the president win reelection in 1996. Clinton initially hid Morriss role from his White House staff, referring to him by the code name "Charlie." He is the author of a 1998 book on his White House experience: Behind the Oval Office: Getting Reelected Against All Odds.
She was spokeswoman for Clintons 1992 campaign and White House press secretary for the first two years of his presidency. She resigned in December 1994.
An eight-term congressman from California, he joined the Clinton administration in 1993 as budget director and became White House Chief of Staff the following year. He left after Clintons reelection in 1996.
As deputy chief of staff from 1997, he coordinated the White House's responses to Kenneth Starr's Whitewater probe. He became Chief of Staff in November 1998.
A friend of Clinton since the two were Rhodes Scholars at Oxford, he served as Secretary of Labor in the presidents first cabinet. He was earlier a professor of government at Harvard. He wrote a 1997 book on his experience in the Clinton presidency, Locked in the Cabinet.
As Treasury Secretary from 1995 to 1999, he was the main architect of the Clinton administrations economic policy. He was formerly co-chairman of Goldman Sachs.
Formerly a political science professor, she served as Clintons Secretary of Health and Human Services throughout his presidency.
As a White House special counsel from 1994 until 1996, she was responsible for damage control on Whitewater-related matters.
As communications director of Clintons 1992 campaign, he helped set up the War Room that responded aggressively to attacks. He then became an advisor at the White House, but left after Clintons first term. He wrote a 1999 book on his experiences in the Clinton campaign and presidency, All Too Human: A Political Education.
He was the chief White House speechwriter from 1995 to 1999 and is the author of a 2000 book, POTUS Speaks: Finding the Words that Defined the Clinton.