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In The Year 2000, Hillary Clinton Hosted A Conference About Teens

Teens, guys. Teens.

Posted on June 24, 2013, at 12:08 p.m. ET

In the year 2000, the White House held a conference about teens.

It was held on May 2, 2000. 'N Sync's No Strings Attached was the No. 1 album in America at the time.

First Lady Hillary Clinton talked about all her experience talking with teens.

She knew a lot about teens because Chelsea just finished being a teenager that year.

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They had some real live teens speak at the conference.

And they spoke about what it was like being a teen in the year 2000.

Jay Engelin, the 1999 Principal of the Year was even there!

But all this was a warm-up for the main event: American icons, living legends, and teen favorites Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman. They. Were. There.

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Danny talked about how teens were doing drugs and what they do to your brain.

And Hillary agreed.

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And then that was pretty much that. Thanks, Hillary!