On Wednesday, July 16, President Bill Clinton visited Jaipur, India, as the first stop on his eight-day trip touring Clinton Foundation-supported projects in Southeast Asia. CNN's Anna Coren interviewed Clinton during subsequent stops for a segment that first aired during "New Day" on Monday, July 21. STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images
While in India, Clinton visited Jaipur Kitchen, part of a program supported by the Clinton Foundation that feeds more than 1 million kids a day in 10,500 schools across India.
At Jaipur's Government Secondary Sanskrit School, Clinton watches as students solve math problems at the blackboard. Barbara Kinney/The Clinton Foundation
On the second day of his trip, Clinton participated in a medical demonstration in Lucknow, India, in a program supported by the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Barbara Kinney/The Clinton Foundation
Clinton shakes hands with Vietnam's President Truong Tan Sang at the presidential palace in Hanoi on July 18. It has been 20 years since President Clinton lifted the U.S. trade embargo on Vietnam. HOANG DINH NAM/AFP/Getty Images
Clinton watches children dance during a visit to an orphanage with HIV-infected kids in the outskirts of Hanoi on July 18. The Clinton Health Access Initiative works with this and other sites in Vietnam to improve HIV care and treatment. HOANG DINH NAM/AFP/Getty Images
Clinton speaks during an interview with CNN's Anna Coren. Paul Devitt/CNN