Trudeau arrives at the White House
U.S. President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau watch the Fife and Drum Corps perform at an arrival ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House, in Washington, D.C. March 10, 2016. (Michael Reynolds/EPA/CP)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first joint press conference on a U.S. president’s turf came with all the trimmings: iconic White House imagery, including the South Lawn and Rose Garden, as well as the Washington Monument farther afield. Trudeau and President Barack Obama arrived together and, in a lighthearted moment that may help define their coming months as North American leaders, cracked jokes about beer and hockey. Read more of our coverage from Trudeau’s official visit here.
More on Trudeau in Washington
- Photo gallery: Hadrien goes to Washington
- Photo gallery: The scene on the White House lawn
- Transcript: How Obama welcomed Trudeau to the White House. (Cue hockey joke.)
- What the Trudeaus gave the Obamas
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