Washington, Aug 13 (ANI): Speaking about his wife Hillary's recent visit to Africa, former U.S. President Bill Clinton said that the trip reaffirmed his wife as the nation's top diplomat and also illustrated her dancing ability.
Clinton was speaking at the launch of a new guide about Harlem, one of New York's main attractions.
"She had an amazing trip...She went to Goma, one of the most (horrible) symbols of global suffering. She went to Angola, tried to re-establish a relationship there that began when I recognized them when I was president," Fox News quoted Clinton as saying:
"America should be grateful for this. That's what I think," he added.
Clinton also expressed his admiration for Hillary's dance moves while she was visiting African women in Kenya.
He said: "I saw on television Hillary boogying with those women in-you see that? -- in Kenya...And I thought, well, you know, Kenya? Harlem? What am I chopped liver? Maybe I can get her to come and do that here." (ANI)