Former President Bill Clinton has emerged as one of the strongest advocates for Haiti. Clinton is the U.N. Special Envoy to the country and co-chairs the recovery committee that will oversee rebuilding in the island nation. President Clinton tells Michele Norris why this effort is different from previous attempts to help Haiti, and why he believes corruption won't hinder Haiti's recovery this time. He also talks about recent heated right-wing rhetoric in the U.S.
Bill Clinton On Haiti's Recovery
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