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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The volatile issue of Israel's borders in President Obama's latest remarks examined; photos shown of the Friday meeting of Obama with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. [At APAC, OBAMA - says he said publicly what had been acknowledged privately; states Israelis and Palestinian will negotiate a new border.] [NETANYAHU - says the 1967 lines are indefensible.] [Former US ambassador Martin INDYK- says Obama made a case to a hostile audience.] [Washington Inst. director Michael SINGH- raises questions about the controversy.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Dublin: Chuck Todd) Obama's visit to Britain and a G-8 meeting in France where the Middle East will be the topic and where the Republican Party stands as it tries to find a candidate to run against Obama now that Governor Mitch Daniels is out and how may be considered discussed.
- Holt, Lester;
- Viqueira, Mike;
- Todd, Chuck
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