Bill Clinton to spend one more night in hospital with non-Covid infection
Bill Clinton expected to leave the hospital Sunday after being treated for an infection
Former President Bill Clinton is expected to be released from the hospital on Sunday after he was admitted to treat a non-COVID related infection.
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