Former president Bill Clinton covers the August issue of ESQUIRE magazine.
“The CEO of the leaderless nation,” as they refer to him, talks about how he’s still going to continue being involved with the rebuilding the devastated Haiti despite the personal setbacks he’s been battling himself.
“I don’t want to be naive. It’s going to be a stretch. It’ll be hard, but I’m excited about it. Enough so that after a couple of heart incidents and being sixty-three years old, I am prepared to spend three years on it. They want the right things for their country.”