ABC's Jennifer Duck reports: President Bush put on his dancing shoes in the Big Easy Monday night after a day of meetings with the President of Mexico and Prime Minister of Canada.
The Euphonious Brass Band of New Orleans trumpeted "Bourbon Street Parade" at a Chamber of Commerce event and Bush couldn't resist. First the toes ... then the shoulder shrugs ... and then the hoola hands.
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The president is hosting his fourth and final North American Leader's Summit today and Tuesday in New Orleans.
The grand marshal marched to the beat with a whistle in his mouth and a parasol in his right hand while twirling the president around with his left hand.
Things calmed down a bit when Bush blasted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., for halting the Colombia Free Trade Agreement.
"We had a setback in a very important free trade agreement with Colombia," Bush said. "The speaker made a decision to block the free trade agreement. It's an unfortunate decision, and the deal is dead unless she changes her mind."
He added, "And I fully understand that this is a tough political vote for some, but it's about time America sets aside petty politics and focuses on doing what's right for the United States of America."
Bush also spoke on a serious note about NAFTA which the democratic presidential candidates oppose. "Since the North American Free Trade Agreement took effect, an agreement I strongly support, trade between the United States, Mexico and Canada has more than tripled, and our economies have grown by more than 50 percent," Bush told the crowd, adding a lot of exports go through New Orleans.
Flanked by tuba, drum, sax and trombone players, the president talked of "hope" in New Orleans and saying, "...it's a city not only of good food, good cheer, but it's a city of really fine people."