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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The journey to Africa by Secretary of Treasury Paul O'Neill & rock star Bono reviewed; scenes shown of the pair on the road & with children in Africa. [BONO - says he never knows what to expect about these trips; states he is an "activist," not an entertainer on the trips; talks about the kids in Africa with AIDS.] [O'NEILL - explains his view of travels to other parts of the word; talks about the kids; states he needs to transmit to the President Bush what we saw there.] Note: originally aired 06/04/02.
- Brown, Aaron
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