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Overseas now because President Obama is in the east African nation of Tanzania this morning.
The final leg of his three nation tour around the continent.
And -- an unexpected twists the president is now scheduled to meet.
With the former President Bush while both leaders are in the country of Tanzania at the same time.
-- bush is a done a lot of work there since President Bush left office and we are now joined by chief White House correspondent Ed Henry who is live in dar salaam Tanzania.
But a little bit more on that has a trip going so far for the president had.
Look good to see a market right this kind of a big development that tomorrow -- have these two US president's current President Obama former President Bush.
Getting together here in dar S salaam they're getting together specifically because.
They'll be laying a wreath together at the US embassy here that of course was the sight of those terrible terrorist bombings back in 1998.
So they're coming together for that but let's not forget.
When you ask about the broader -- -- president Obama's been trying to do he's been received very well here in Tanzania.
In part because let's let's not shy away from the fact that the US last year gave over 400 million dollars in aid.
To Tanzania so they're very thankful here and -- the president's trying to suggest is that usaid is making an impact.
That it's helping lift up lives here in what former President Bush is doing something similar he of course started during his administration have far.
Which fight HIV aids series also been leading the efforts to fight malaria here and former President Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush.
Also put together a women's health center here they're putting the finishing touches on it.
That's why they're here now they'll help women dealing with cervical cancer so.
The White House the current White House is touting this.
Is they think it shows that while some Americans will be skeptical about all this usaid.
Going to Africa here that it does make a difference and that it's bipartisan not to something president Obama's.
-- -- that's really interesting and I think the bushes have been every summer pretty much as since they left office -- near.
Near that often and thank you very much beautiful shot there from dar salaam in Tanzania this morning.
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