Clinton has procedure for chest pain

Former President Bill Clinton left a New York hospital Friday morning after undergoing a heart procedure to clear a blocked artery.
President Clinton, 63, who has a history of heart trouble, had two stents put into one of his coronary arteries after a graft from a previous bypass had become blocked, according to The New York Times.
Within two hours of the operation, President Clinton was up and walking again.
"I expect President Clinton to resume his very active lifestyle," said Dr. Allan Schwartz, the head of cardiology at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia Hospital.
President Clinton could be back to work as soon as Monday, according to Fox News.

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