Correspondence between President Clinton and Art Garfunkel

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Correspondence between President Clinton and Art Garfunkel

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This document highlights an exchange of brief notes between President Clinton and Garfunkel. The two apparently met at the White House sometime in 1997. Accompanying Garfunkel were his wife Kim Cermank and seven-year-old son James. Clinton expresses his pleasure at seeing all of them. He encourages Garfunkel to “drop by” if he ever gets back to Washington. The reply of the rock star is remarkable for its forthright language and genuine admiration of Clinton. He says, “You must know that you make people feel very good about themselves when you shine on them your extraordinary likeability.”

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William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum

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White House Office of Records Management , Subject File, and PP, “Correspondence between President Clinton and Art Garfunkel,” Clinton Digital Library, accessed September 18, 2019, https://clinton.presidentiallibraries.us/items/show/57294.