Obama, Hollande Push Message Of Renewed Ties
In Washington, D.C. today, French President François Hollande joined President Obama for a press conference at the White House ahead of a state dinner scheduled for tonight.
The men are pushing a message of a renewed relationship between France and the U.S., one that faltered over a decade ago when France opposed the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
NPR’s Scott Horsley joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson with details on what the two presidents had to say.
- Scott Horsley, NPR White House correspondent.
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