Obama In France To Honor D-Day Fallen President Obama is in France Saturday to meet President Nicolas Sarkozy and attend ceremonies marking the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
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Obama In France To Honor D-Day Fallen

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Obama In France To Honor D-Day Fallen

Obama In France To Honor D-Day Fallen

Obama In France To Honor D-Day Fallen

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SCOTT SIMON, Host:

Don, thanks for being with us.

DON GONYEA: Hi, Scott. Glad to be here. That noise in the background is President Obama's helicopter, Marine One, getting ready to take off.

GONYEA: Well, let's hear a bit from what President Obama said there at the beaches in paying tribute to the veterans of D-Day.