President Bush visits Omaha

Omaha, NE – The President arrived in Omaha shortly before nine AM and turned his attention first to Iran, where he says top U.S. officials have met with leaders in the U.K., France, and Russia about Iran's nuclear ambitions. He says all those countries understand that an international response is needed. Mr. Bush then visited One World Community Health Clinics in south Omaha, where he met two patients, dental assistants, and doctors. He also met with officials at the clinic, which serves primarily low-income and minority families. The President's final stop was at a fundraiser for Mike Johanns, who is seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate. President Bush left Omaha shortly before one PM.