Hundreds queue up for Bill Clinton

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3 October 2007, ROTTERDAM – Former US president Bill Clinton drew quite a crowd in Rotterdam on Wednesday. Some 700 people waited in front of the doors of the Selexyz Donner bookshop in the centre of the city for an autograph.

3 October 2007

ROTTERDAM – Former US president Bill Clinton drew quite a crowd in Rotterdam on Wednesday. Some 700 people waited in front of the doors of the Selexyz Donner bookshop in the centre of the city for an autograph.

Clinton is in the Netherlands to promote his new book Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World. This afternoon he held a speech on climate change on the top of the Las Palmas building at the Kop van Zuid in Rotterdam.

The former president was amused by a female fan wearing a "Hillary for president" tee shirt. "I'm voting for her too," Clinton said.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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