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Hear Bono’s Bill Clinton Impression: Not Bad, But Needs Work

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By Weeping Elvis on November 14, 2012


Bono came to DC this week to give the keynote address at an event about social enterprise and the ability of social networks to effect change.

The U2 frontman talked about the need for lifetime dedication to social change, the fiscal cliff and the presidential election at the event hosted by the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI). He also thanked former President George W. Bush for his work in fighting AIDS in Africa, and while he was at it, he did a pretty good impersonation of President Bill Clinton.

Does he pull it off?

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This post originally appeared on our Weeping Elvis music site. Follow @WeepingElvis1 for more great music news and nonsense.

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