President Obama formally welcomes Chinese President Xi Jinping Friday for a state visit. The two leaders will deliver a joint statement on climate change, and China will announce plans to limit greenhouse gas emissions. Major Garrett reports.
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Published: 2021-04-08 03:47 pm
Hacking, climate change dominate talks between Obama, Chinese president
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