Friday, September 4, 2015

Bill Clinton's a big hit at Continental

President Bill Clinton can work a hell of a room. While Secret Service, state and local police were stationed outside, Clinton made it around to every table at the Continental (2nd & Market) last night where he was dining in a private area that also included Gov. Rendell, Mayor Nutter and Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie. Clinton popped behind the bar and strolled through the kitchen greeting staff there. When he got to local attorney Conor Corcoran's table, Corcoran told Clinton he would "make a great First Laddie." Clinton replied "God bless you," with his aw-shucks Southern drawl. Clinton and Co. took off around 12:30-1 a.m.

Bill Clinton's a big hit at Continental

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President Bill Clinton can work a hell of a room. While Secret Service, state and local police were stationed outside, Clinton made it around to every table at the Continental (2nd & Market) last night where he was dining in a private area that also included Gov. Rendell, Mayor Nutter and Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie. Clinton popped behind the bar and strolled through the kitchen greeting staff there. When he got to local attorney Conor Corcoran's table, Corcoran told Clinton he would "make a great First Laddie." Clinton replied "God bless you," with his aw-shucks Southern drawl. Clinton and Co. took off around 12:30-1 a.m.

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