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Former President Bill Clinton Celebrates with Louisville Cardinals After Their Big East Tournament Win Over Villanova

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It seems like Bill Clinton is all about the commonwealth of Kentucky, these days. Last week, the former president was in Owensboro for a fundraiser for the Wendell Ford Government Education Center.

And, on Thursday night, he was in attendance at Madison Square Garden to watch the Louisville Cardinals smoke the Villanova Wildcats 74-55 in the quarter-finals of the Big East Tournament.

Then later, after the game, Mr. Clinton went back to the locker room to celebrate with Coach Rick Pitino and the team…and to enjoy a few impromptu photo opps.

Very impromptu. Click here for more photos from the visit.

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