Clinton: Ireland will be 'just fine'

Clinton: Ireland will be 'just fine'

Former US President Bill Clinton last night told a packed conference that Ireland will get out of economic trouble "just fine".

President Clinton gave an emotional and rallying speech at UCD in which he said Ireland's troubles were much smaller than challenges the country previously faced and conquered.

But he spoke directly to political leaders saying any country that wanted to bounce back needed to know where the jobs were.

President Clinton said Ireland would pick itself up.


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