Bill Clinton reveals his ‘Bucket List’

“I’d like to climb Kilimanjaro before the snows melt, I’d like to run a marathon before I give out, there’s lots of things I’d like to do but it doesn’t really matter whether I do them,” said former president Bill Clinton at the 18th International AIDS Conference, after noting that one of his favorite movies was, ‘The Bucket List, starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman.

And that’s just his ‘B-list.’

“What I’d really like to do if I could have my wishes, I would like to live to see my own grandchildren.” continued Clinton, listing off his ‘A-list,’  “And I’d like to live to know that all the grandchildren of the world will have the chance in the not too distant future to live their own dreams and not die before their time.”

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