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Coming up this evening at 9, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes former President Bill Clinton for a compelling and candid face to face, primetime interview.
In New York for his CGI Annual Meeting, Clinton offers some insight into the initiative he built more than a decade ago:
"I tried to create a global network of givers to bring in public leaders when they're here for the opening of the U.N., to bring in business leaders and philanthropists, but also leaders of non-government groups all across America and all across the world."
For the 66-year-old who left office almost a dozen years ago, CGI represents an endeavor outside of the political realm:
"You know, nobody's running for anything. We don't have to produce miracles. All we produce is progress. And we just keep pushing these rocks up the hill. And I think there's a real need for that in the world today," says the man who left the White House with the highest end-of-office approval rating of any U.S. president since World War II. "It can't all be done over the Internet. There needs to be some face time, some specific commitments, and some mechanism through which you help people to keep these commitments."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening as Clinton provides perspective on the NFL replacement referees, the upcoming Ryder Cup, and Mitt Romney's key focal points as the presidential race heads barrels towards the general election.
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