Saying it was "good to walk back through" the White House, George W. Bush ran the gamut of Sunday talk shows with Bill Clinton to appeal for private aid to Haiti. The serious occasion marked Bush's first significant public effort since leaving office. In the midst of thoughts on Haiti's disaster, Bush admitted that he "frankly" didn't "miss the limelight."
For information about the Clinton-Bush Haiti fund, and for information on their rebuilding efforts, see the fund's Web site here. The ex-presidents' op-ed, as well as Obama's Newsweek column, are covered here.