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Obama Tells the World Not to Prejudge Trump's Policies Before He Takes Office
Bringing his final international trip to a close in Lima, Peru, President Obama encouraged reporters and all Americans to withhold judgment on President-Elect Donald Trump ’s policies until he starts implementing them. "People should take a wait-and-see approach in how much his policy proposals,
President Obama Reassures Europe on Trump: NATO Is Here to Stay
It’s a role for which he didn’t volunteer. But like it or not, President Barack Obama has become an unofficial ambassador of sorts for President-Elect Donald Trump . Over the course of his final foreign trip as president, Obama has had the task of reassuring a worried Europe about one thing: NATO
Obama Heads to Greece on First Leg of Final Overseas Trip
Obama took off from an air base in suburban Maryland on the way to his first stop on his three-nation tour.
Trump Looms Large Over President Obama's Farewell Foreign Tour
President Obama’s final foreign trip as the United States' head of state this week had been planned as a way to reassure foreign leaders the wake of a contentious presidential campaign. But the tone and message of the president's upcoming farewell tour has shifted along with the suprise election of
The Note: Trump Transition Takes Shape
NOTABLES --TRUMP CALLS MEETING OBAMA 'GREAT HONOR': Donald Trump said that "it was a great honor being with" President Barack Obama as the president-elect and president met for the first time ever. Trump said that the meeting was supposed to last for 10 to 15 minutes but went far longer, writes
Obama and Trudeau: 5 Bromantic Moments
It is one of the most powerful “bromances” in the world -- and the friendship between President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has played out on an international stage for months. Today, the two leaders continue to build their relationship as Obama heads to Ottawa for the
President Obama and Prime Minister Trudeau: The 'Bromance' That Captivated Washington
President Obama will be leaving office in just over 10 months, but it's not stopping him from making new friends on his way out. Case in point was Thursday's state visit by newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, where the story line in Washington and on social media quickly turned
President Obama Offers the 'APEC Hottie' Words of Wisdom
While serious discussions about defense and global trade occurred at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Manila, chatter of a different sort was also making headlines. Alongside APEC stories about diplomatic responses to the Paris attacks and maritime security were headlines such
How the Designer of the Barong Tagalog Creates His Pineapple-Fiber Shirts
ABC News' Jim Avila interviews Paul Cabral, designer of traditional Filipino shirt worn by leaders at APEC summit.
Japan's NHK World 'Newsline' Wishes 'GMA' a Happy 40th Birthday
NHK World's "Newsline" anchors Minori Takao, Gene Otani and Robert Speta celebrate GMA's 40th anniversary on our "40 for 40" livestream.