South Korean president visits White House after trade boost
South Korea President Lee Myung-bak visits Washington, D.C. a day after Congress passed a trade deal between both countries.
October 13th, 2011
07:29 AM ET
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South Korean president visits White House after trade boost

Washington (CNN) - President Barack Obama welcomed his South Korean counterpart to the White House on Thursday, a day after Congress approved a free-trade agreement between the two nations.

Obama hailed President Lee Myung-Bak as a "good friend and partner" at a welcoming ceremony.

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  1. Wire Palladin, S. F.

    In his attempt to embarrass President Obama, Sen. Kyl put our country last against his own deranged political party.

    October 13, 2011 08:05 am at 8:05 am |
  2. Donkey Party

    I hope the South Korean president is briefed on the fact that he and his country need not worry about the carnival of right-wing freaks running for President Obama's job. Hopefully he'll understand that they are for entertainment purposes only.

    October 13, 2011 08:14 am at 8:14 am |