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Clinton Responds to the Oklahoma City Bombing

On April 23, 1995, President Bill Clinton attends the Time of Healing prayer service held in Oklahoma in response to the act of terrorism that killed 168 people. President Clinton speaks at the event and expresses the nation's grief.

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