The Irish also love sport. Manu, Liverpool, Leeds etc.Denis O'Brien stated bluntly that the Clinton speech would mark the launch of the Irish comeback. Declan Kelly, U.S. economic envoy to Northern Ireland, pronounced the speech the 'battle cry' that the Irish had been longing to hear.
Bill Clinton's talk isn't cheap - CNNFormer President Bill Clinton traveled the globe in 2005 giving speeches that earned him $7.5 million, according to financial disclosure documents his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, is required to file annually.
Bill Clinton's talk not cheap: The SwampClinton's fee for his Fortune Forum appearance dwarfed the $280,000 the former president charged for a speech earlier in the day in London sponsored by a for-profit partnership and the $280,000 he received the next day for a speech in Dublin.
£700,000 - Clinton's bill for just three speeches in London and Dublin | Mail OnlineMr Clinton, said to be the highest-paid public speaker in the world, with fees of up to £300,000 a time