Bill and Michelle Clinton are a pair of “bros,” as the Clintons say, and they’re bringing a lot of fruit to the White House.
The Obamas, who are married for more than 50 years, have been in office since January 2009.
And with Bill and Chelsea in the White Houses, the Clintons’ fruit and veggie options are not limited to fruit, but a wide variety of fruits and veggies.
They’re making a point of offering all kinds of produce at their daily events, as they have with other high-profile politicians and celebrities.
So far, there have been some notable appearances by the Clintons: Michelle Obama visited the White Senate on Friday and the Obamas held their first public event since their husband’s death.
(The White House also offered a $10,000 donation for a Clinton Foundation-funded fruit program.)
The Obams have also visited the Smithsonian Institution, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the National Museum of American History and the National Archives.
While it’s not clear whether the Obams will be visiting the Whitehouse this year, there is one major event scheduled in the next two weeks.
The Clintons will attend a farmers market in Washington, D.C., which will feature fruits from around the country.
They will also be participating in a farmers’ market in Virginia, and in Maryland, a state that has been a key focus of the Clintons in the last two years.
But while they are at the WhiteHouse, the Obamas are also working on a major expansion of their fruit and vegetable program, according to White House press secretary Jay Carney.
“In the past two weeks, the President has been working closely with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and other nonprofit partners on a program to bring in more produce to the Oval Office,” Carney said.
“This includes a wide range of produce from across the country and around the world.
The President and his team are making plans to expand the program to include fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts.
We will provide more details as they become available.”
The Bill and Clinton Farms program is the first of its kind in the world, and it’s aimed at bringing in fresh produce from a wide array of farmers, including those from all over the country, from Maine to Wisconsin.
The Clintons are currently the only two presidents to visit the Whitehouses fruit and garden.
Other high-ranking members of the president’s Cabinet have visited the Clintons, including his daughter Chelsea and his wife, Jill.
The fruits and vegetables that the Clintons are bringing to the country are not all organic.
They are mostly grown on small farms in places like Massachusetts, Vermont, California, Colorado and New Jersey, where they have the most access to local farmers.
The farmers’ markets and farmers markets that the Obama’s visited during their tenure in the OvalOffice will be the first in the United States, and the first to be hosted by the White house.
The food is being brought in from all across the globe, including many from developing countries that are struggling to keep up with their food production.
And the farmers and growers are bringing in products like organic beef and chicken, fresh produce, and other produce from other parts of the world that have not been available to the Obas since they left office.
The farm program is part of the larger initiative to support farmers and other businesses that are producing locally and sourcing food locally, and that have an economic impact.
Bill Clinton and Michelle Obama have been participating in farmers markets in the U,S.
This year, they will be hosting the first farmers market and farmers market at the Oval, according the White HOUSE.
But that is not all that the Bill Clinton’s are doing this year.
Michelle Obama will be attending a farmers markets and a farmers marketplace in Virginia this month, and will be in the state on a three-day visit.
The White House will also host a farmers-market in Washington state this week, and there are plans for a farmers day at the Capitol this month.
And Bill and Jill will also visit farmers markets, farmers markets from around North America, and markets in Michigan, New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
In addition, Bill and Bill Clinton are working on several other initiatives, including a new farm program, which will provide cash payments to families who are making a difference by planting more organic crops.
The Bill Clinton Agriculture Department has been doing some work on this initiative, which is part the “Agriculture for Good” initiative.
The USDA has been looking for ways to make farmers’ work more rewarding and to give them incentives to help them continue to produce organic produce.
The president’s Agricultural Commissioner, Mike Hennessey, told the White Paper that the USDA will be providing grants to small and medium farms to support them in the form of cash payments.
The money will be distributed to the farmer for each crop planted, Hennesseys agriculture department said.
The Agriculture Department also has a plan to help small farmers by