Bill Clinton makes quiet stop in Rancho Mirage

President Bill Clinton made a quick trip to the Coachella Valley this week, speaking to a crowd of executives who had gathered at Porcupine Creek.

Wednesday’s speech was part of a three-day leadership summit done in conjunction with Oracle Corp.

The software company’s co-founder, Larry Ellison, purchased Porcupine Creek in 2011 for $42.9 million. The 249-acre Rancho Mirage estate has a 18,430-square-foot home and its own golf course.

An Oracle representative declined to provide details of Clinton’s speech.

But according to one attendee’s blog, the wide-ranging speech included everything from the 2012 presidential election and advances in health technology.

Clinton is no stranger to the Coachella Valley, thanks to the Clinton Foundation’s partnership with the Humana Challenge.

According to news reports, he charges as much as $500,000 for a speaking engagement.

After the trip, Clinton headed to Texas to help celebrate the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Center.