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In town pool #1: Oval spray
David Nakamura • The Washington Post
February 10, 2017: 12:28 PM


Pool was escorted into the Oval Office for a brief photo spray moments after the prime minister arrived at the West Wing. Pooler did not see the arrival but photos show Potus greeting him at the front door to the West Wing. Potus was in a red tie and the Prime Minister in a yellow one. The sat in the traditional arm chairs in front of the fire place and smiled for the cameras without saying anything. Then they shook hands and Potus complimented the PM's strong handshake. Potus gave a double thumbs up and another big smile as pool was ushered out. Entire spray lasted only a couple minutes. Pooler and other reporters spotted several WH aides in the room: Stephen Bannon, Sean Spicer and Mike Flynn and Hope Hicks.



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