Former U.S. presidents put aside politics, call for unity at hurricane aid concert

  The Globe and Mail 
There is precedent for former presidents joining forces for post-disaster fundraising. George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton raised money together after the 2004 South Asia tsunami and Hurricane Katrina the next year. Clinton and George W. Bush combined to seek donations after Haiti’s 2011 earthquake. ▶ Full story on theglobeandmail.com
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