Given Bill Clinton’s excessive history, I’m sure we’ve all been left wondering at some point what’s going on inside his head? Well during this event, Clinton was caught staring at Governor Hochul during her speech and it seems as though the thoughts crossing his mind are less than clean.
It could also be possible that Bill Clinton was admiring Gov. Hochul’s blue dress, so who are we to assume?
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, New York Governor Kathy Hochul and former President Bill Clinton were in attendance of this promotional event for the release of the “Empire Building playbook” – a blueprint to make buildings more climate-friendly.
Bill had also prepared a speech of his own during the event.
Here’s what Bill Clinton stated:
“If we could do an Empire State job on every sizable building in every city in America in the next two years, we would probably buy 20 years of more time before the worst consequences of climate change come down on us like a ton of bricks. And we would end a lot of the political divide, because how can you be against doing more with less? How can you be against creating more jobs for innovative companies.”
Former President @BillClinton joined @NYCMayor @GovKathyHochul and chairman, president, and CEO of Empire State Realty Trust Anthony Malkin Thursday to announce a greener Empire State Building. Story: https://t.co/1FtYHcASai pic.twitter.com/aBm7IWE1ax
— Dean_Moses (@Dean_Moses) April 21, 2022
“President Clinton, our 42nd president, he set this course of action in place about 2007, 2009, and the support of the Clinton Global Initiative and the climate initiative is really a partnership that we needed to have to get this even further today.”
“We’re making a decision that the largest climate polluters we know are not those factories anymore. They are buildings. So we tackle the buildings, we solve the planet crisis and it began in a room like this right here today and all of you are part of it.”
As goes New York, so goes the nation and the world — and we have the most ambitious emission reduction targets in the country!
— Governor Kathy Hochul (@GovKathyHochul) April 21, 2022