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President Obama and Prime Minister Najib

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At a bilateral meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Prime Minister Najib and President Obama discuss issues, including human trafficking…

Excerpt…PRIME MINISTER NAJIB: “Well, first of all, I’d like to thank President Obama for visiting Malaysia once again.  Not only he has corrected history; we had a hiatus of almost 50 years without a U.S. President visiting Malaysia.  But he’s visited us twice now.”

Excerpt…PRESIDENT OBAMA: “Malaysia is also one of the 12 countries that have joined together around TPP.  And we had a good discussion about the progress that’s being made, even as Malaysia debates and hopefully ultimately ratifies the agreement.  Malaysia has already started to take some special reforms, for example, around countering human trafficking and other issues that are embedded in the agreement.”

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