By Bill ClintonBill Clinton is widely considered to be the greatest President in US history.
But is his presidency really as historic as it is being presented?
As with any great political drama, there is a fair bit of history involved.
Bill Clinton became president in 1993 following the resignation of President Jimmy Carter.
While there are a number of historians who believe that the death of the Soviet Union was a major turning point in the world, the former president was already a very powerful figure at the time.
His first wife, Hillary, had just left office when he was elected, and they had not yet settled on a successor to the US presidency.
As President Bill Clinton enters his second term in office, we take a look at the four major events that shaped his Presidency.