Transcript for Pope Francis at the White House
Hey, robin, you could not ask for a more perfect day here in Washington, D.C. I'm on the south lawn of the white house of the sun is shying down. Perfect temperature. Happy crowd, about 20,000 people here for the meeting between the pope and the president. That's going to happen right around 9:00 A.M. The president will greet the president on the south lawn. They both will speak and greet the entire crowd from that balcony of the white house before the pope heads back for a meeting with the president and then on to that big parade around the ellipse, Cecilia Vega right there on the parade route on constitution avenue. Reporter: Hey, George, good morning to you. We are having so much fun out here. Look at all these people. They are here and they are cheering for pope Francis. They're cheering in Spanish and singing. They have come from Nicaragua, from Michigan, from all over the place. This is what the crowd is hoping for this morning. They discuss want to catch a glimpse of pope Francis and hope that he might get out of that popemobile and actually come up close to them. George, they are ready. Trust me, they are so excited out here. We know that is exactly what the pope loves to do. Cannot wait for that. Full day for the pope after that parade, he's going to go celebrate a mass with his bishops at St. Matthew's cathedral downtown Washington, D.C. And then a huge mass tonight at the shrine of the immaculate conception right by catholic university where he will canonize father junipero Serra, 18th century franciscan, a missionary in California. Big day ahead for pope Francis.
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