Obama, Jordan’s King Abdullah hold meeting at military base
Obama and the U.S. ally were both at the military base before separate trips
U.S. President Barack Obama and Jordan’s King Abdullah are holding a meeting at Andrews Air Force Base, a White House official said on Tuesday.
Obama and the U.S. ally were both at the military base before separate trips. The president is slated to depart shortly for Nebraska, where he is holding events to follow up on his State of the Union address.
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