Bill Clinton Back Home Following Heart Surgery
The 42nd President of the United States is doing well.
After enduring an hour-long heart procedure at Manhattan’s New York Presbyterian Hospital on Thursday afternoon, former President Bill Clinton is happily resting at his Chappaqua, N.Y. home.
Doctors worked quickly to add two stents in one of the coronary arteries stemming from Clinton’s 2004 quadruple bypass surgery.
Clinton’s cardiologist Allan Schwartz says the 63-year-old is not to blame for the blockage as he has “really toed the line in terms of both diet and exercise.”
Mr. Clinton is looking forward to returning to work according to his advisor Douglas Band. (The Wall Street Journal)