Clever Bil Clinton Gets $5 Million Advance For Book On His Charitable Work

Think whatever you might of William Jefferson Clinton, you have to give the ever-smiling overachiever credit.

He finds, in the lassitude of his post-Presidential years, a devoted and commendable calling to charity. And so canny is the man that he is able to extract a $5 million advance from Knopf to write a book about his benevolence.

While there have been many noble people who have given their lives to charitable acts, it is a rare person indeed who can find a way to make millions out of it.

We can all rest assured that he is now even more abundantly funded to keep up his meritorious work.

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