Presidential Meetings

By Bob Dvorak

It seems that Jacques Chirac hoped to repair some of the hard feelings noted recently between him and President Bush. He arrived in Washington amidst all the pomp usually accorded a foreign leader, and they sat down for a couple of days of particularly friendly and quiet meetings.

At the end of the session, they emerged from the White House, smiling. Chirac smiled at the photographers, leaned over, and bussed Dubya on both cheeks. He then looked back at the press corps and said, “Now is the winter of our kiss detente.”

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