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Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton on Saturday began their new joint venture to raise money for the Haitian relief effort from corporations, foundations and ordinary Americans, as President Obama continued his efforts to ramp up the American response to the devastating earthquake.
The three men who have occupied the Oval office for the past 17 years stood side by side in the Rose Garden to announce the launch of the new venture, complete with ClintonBushHaitiFund.org, a new Web site.“We just met in the Oval Office — an office they both know well,” Mr. Obama said. He described the phone calls he made to the two men in the aftermath of the
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Obama, Bush, Clinton join for Haiti relief
Jan. 16: President Obama tabs former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton to coordinate efforts to involve more Americans in the recovery and rebuilding effort that's needed in Haiti. Watch their entire remarks.