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Chelsea Clinton (1980-)


Chelsea Clinton was 12 years old when her dad, Bill Clinton, became president. Her secret service code name was Energy. Chelsea's parents, Hillary and Bill Clinton, tried to protect her from media scrutiny. She attended a private Quaker school, the Sidwell Friends School. There, Chelsea excelled in academics and sports; she played on the varsity soccer team. Since leaving the White House, Chelsea has earned several degrees, including a master's degree from University College, Oxford in International Relations. Chelsea campaigned tirelessly for her mother during her 2007- 2008 presidential run.

Fun Fact: Chelsea Clinton skipped the third grade.

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