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June 08, 2013

Obama and Xi resume talks today

President Obama and his Chinese counterpart wrap up their Sunnylands summit today with a brief morning round of talks.

The schedule has the two convening just after 9 a.m, (local time) with Obama wishing Xi bon voyage less than two hours later. Obama, however, isn't scheduled to depart for DC until Sunday morning, prompting some to wonder if there's a round of golf or two to be had..

The two called it a day after a Friday night dinner that ran until 10:44 p.m. and a nearly 40-minute joint appearance.

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