12 Things You Didn’t Know About Chelsea Clinton

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Hillary Clinton has long lived life in the public eye. From her time as First Lady, to her terms as a US Senator, to her appointment as Secretary of State, she has helped to lead the country with grace and poise. However, she has spent the last several years tied up in scandals. With all the rumors about her flying as we approach the Presidential election, it’s hard to know what’s true and what’s false. So, we put together a list of 12 things you DIDN’T KNOW about the Clinton family, especially about the youngest, Chelsea! Whether or not you’re a Hillary supporter, you’re sure to enjoy these fun facts!

#12 About The Family


The Clinton family, made up of Bill, Hillary, and daughter Chelsea, made their home in the midwestern state of Arkansas until Bill was elected President of the United States in 1993. Even since then, they have been living in Washington D.C. and helping to lead the country in various roles!

#11 Bill Clinton


William Jefferson Clinton was Governor of Arkansas before becoming President of the United States. While in office, he struggled through several scandals of his own, but is now considered to be a well-respected President by members of both parties! Now, he travels the world giving speeches and raising money for the Clinton Foundation, his philanthropic organization.

#10 Hillary Clinton


Hillary Rodham Clinton is easily one of the most divisive figures in American politics. Scandals have rocked her world throughout her time in public office, especially during her term as Secretary of State, yet she has still turned her eyes towards the White House. But first, she has to face off against fan-favorite businessman Donald John Trump!

#9 Chelsea Clinton


On February 27, 1980, Chelsea Victoria Clinton was born in Arkansas. Her father was a rising star in local politics at the time, though we have to wonder if anyone had any inkling that this little girl was the child of two incredibly important people! What is she up to these days? Keep reading to find out!