Bill and Hillary Clinton have busy careers and spend a lot of time apart, but they have found time for a dinner together in Bogota.
Finding themselves in Colombia's capital at the same time Tuesday night, the Clintons got together and dined with a group of Colombian and American friends at a steakhouse.
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe said the dinner was the "best PR for confidence in Colombia" because rampant violence would have made such an outing "unthinkable" for a former U.S. president and current U.S. secretary of state a few years ago.
Mrs. Clinton called the meal "wonderful" and said the diners remarked on the remarkable nature of their night out.
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