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Books

Bill Clinton to pen new memoir about post-presidential life  

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Former President Bill Clinton will release a new book that sheds light on his post-presidential life.

EW has confirmed Clinton is set to work on the project with publisher Knopf Doubleday. According to The New York Times, which first reported the news, it is unclear what aspects of his time after the White House the work will cover. 

The release will mark the fifth book written by Clinton since he left office in 2001. He previously shared his story with the autobiography My Life and joined forces with James Patterson for the novel The President Is Missing last year.

The 72-year-old and his wife, former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, are gearing up for a 13-stop speaking tour that’s set to kick off later this year. The event will be held throughout the U.S. and Canada beginning in April — with stops in cities like New York, Boston, and Detroit.

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