After a meeting at the White House on Saturday morning, former Presidents Bush and Clinton and their successor spoke briefly about the need for Americans to come together in support of their devastated Caribbean neighbor. Bush and Clinton have started a Web site, www.clintonbushhaitifund.com, to collect donations and raise awareness about their project. The best thing Americans can do, said Bush, is send cash, not supplies. Obama said the relief effort could take years, and that Clinton and Bush's support would serve to keep the headlines from drifting "to other things." Bush then gave his first televised interview since leaving office.