Politics Obama says U.S. and Pakistan have strong "people to people" connections
Oct. 23 - President Barack Obama says he hopes that strong "people to people connections" between Americans and Pakistanis will be reflected in their two governments, despite occasional "tensions". Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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