UpCountry Magazine Editor/Features Digital Editor
STOCKBRIDGE — When the Clintons left the White home in 2001, you could keep in mind, they took a couple of things too numerous using them.
While a lot of those items had been genuine gift suggestions into the previous president and first woman, some $28,000 worth of furniture — three sofas, a recliner, an ottoman, a dining table and four seats, a rug and a couple of lights — had been came back. But going back the lacking things and spending $86,000 for the gift ideas so as to smooth things over didn’t stop governmental cartoonist Pat Oliphant from skewering the few.
Captured in A conte that is red crayon on display during the Norman Rockwell Museum, the Clintons are noticed running from the White home clutching the missing things and much more. Hillary, in a homely household gown and apron, makes down with fine china dishes; Bill, in overalls, carries off selection of things including a rug and a lamp. Continue reading