President Obama to Speak at Historic Brandenburg Gate

ABC News' Mary Bruce reports that the president will end his European visit with a speech in Berlin.
1:23 | 06/19/13

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You're watching America this morning America's number 1 in the early morning news. And Obama topping off his European visit with a big speech in Berlin today but he's not getting the rock star reception he received five years ago when he was just a senator. ABC's Mary Brooks is traveling with the president. President Obama today will deliver a speech at the historic Brandenburg Gate fifty years after president Kennedy's famous each bin Ein Berliner speech at the same site. The gate famed for -- political statements has become a symbol of Berlin's reunification since the divisions of the Cold War. Kennedy of course gave his remarks facing west today Obama will address the opposite side speaking what was once Communist east Germany. The president has visited this city before. In what has become one of the most famous images of his first campaign. He addressed a crowd of 200000. People here in 2008. That enthusiasm. Will be hard for him to match today then Senator Obama tried to give that speech at the Brandenburg Gate but was denied. The Germans said it was an honor reserved for sitting presidents. Today well into his second term President Obama finally have his chickens. Neighbors BBC news traveling with the president and certainly.

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