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Foreign pool report 1 - Potus meeting with President Macri of Argentina in Oval office
Miriam Burgues • Efe News Services
April 27, 2017: 11:56 AM


Your pooler was ushered to Oval office late, because the group that saw the arrival was ushered first and then they came for us, so we missed the first part of Trump remarks. Sorry about that.

In foreign news, Potus spoke about the situation in Venezuela. "Venezuela is a mess", he said.

Venezuela announced yesterday that it will withdraw from the Organization of American States (OAS). It was in response to a vote in the OAS in favor to hold a foreign ministers meeting about the crisis in Venezuela.

Potus spoke too about he is giving a "serious consideration" to the Argentinian lemons. Now they cannot enter to US. Potus spoke too about NAFTA, quotes tk.

Macri spoke only a few seconds after Potus about his desire to have a strong relationship with US.

Potus and Macri meet since the 1980's because of Trump's business with Macri's father, the Italian businessman Franco Macri. They were accompanied in the Oval for their spouses, First Lady Melania Trump and Juliana Awada.



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