Hillary Clinton's White House Schedules

Wednesday, March 19, 2008; 2:42 PM

The William J. Clinton Presidential Library on Wednesday, March 19, released more than 11,000 pages of former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's official schedule during her husband's two terms in the White House. The records offer the most comprehensive public record to date of her daily activities throughout President Clinton's eight years in office, including private meetings, public speeches, social engagements and trips.

The records were released in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed last summer by Judicial Watch, the watchdog group that spent much of the Clinton years probing various controversies and scandals.

PDF documents available for download

Some of the documents are very large and may take a moment to open.

Judical Watch v. U.S. National Archives and Records Adminstration

Sources: The William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Judicial Watch

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