Laden fails to reunite them, Bush snubs Obama's invitation

Washington, May 4: US President Barack Obama once again emerged as a winner where the former president George W Bush had failed. US troop, under the guidance of Obama, finally, killed the dreaded Osama bin Laden.

It was a historic moment for the entire US and the rest of the world when Obama on May 2 announced that his men killed bin Laden in Pakistan's Abbottabad in a special mission.

Sources informed that Bush issued a statement congratulating Obama when received a call from the President about the successful raid in Laden's mansion located in Pakistan.

However, the friendly relation did not last long as reports claimed that Bush refused Obama's invitation to attend a meeting at "ground zero" to celebrate the victory over Osama.

Bush's spokesman David Sherzer, however, claimed, "He (Bush) appreciated the invite, but has chosen in his post-presidency to remain largely out of the spotlight."

Obama is expected to address the people of the nation and will meet the families of the 9/11 victims in New York on Thursday, May 5.

It seems that Bush might not have overcome another failure from Obama as he first started the manhunt task to track the culprit of 9/11 terror attacks - Osama Bin Laden. Though Obama accomplished his (Bush's) unfinished task.

OneIndia News

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