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July 02, 2013

In Africa, Bush appears on CNN to talk about his humanitarian efforts

Former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, will join President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at appear of events today in Tanzania.

CNN talked to the Bushes about their efforts to refurbish a clinic in Africa as well as his thoughts on Nelson Mandela, Edward Snowden and privacy.

“Ultimately, history will judge the decisions I made," he said. "I won’t be around because it’s going to take a while for the objective historians to show up. And so I’m pretty comfortable with it. I did what I did. I know the spirit in which I did it.”

Check out the interview here. Our story today on Obama following in Bush's footsteps in Africa here.


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Yes, and Paula Dean knows the spirit in which she spoke of Black Americans.

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