RENEE MONTAGNE, Host:
NPR's White House correspondent Don Gonyea is traveling with the president, and he joined us to talk about it. Don, not a new message from the president.
DON GONYEA: Give a listen to the president here.
P: A group of countries can send a clear message to the Iranians, and that is we're going to continue to isolate you, we'll continue to work on sanctions, we'll find new sanctions if need be, if you continue to deny the just demands of a free world, which is to give up your - to give up your enrichment program.
GONYEA: So that is something that the president feels good about.
MONTAGNE: Now, as far as President Bush is concerned, this was billed as a quiet farewell tour. Does the president's message, part of which we've just heard, signal a harder edge to the trip?