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President Clinton, Yasser Arafat And Ehud Barak

THE WHITE HOUSE

Office of the Press Secretary (Camp David, Maryland)


For Immediate Release July 11, 2000

REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT IN PHOTO OPPORTUNITY WITH CHAIRMAN YASSER ARAFAT OF THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY AND PRIME MINISTER EHUD BARAK OF ISRAEL

Camp David, Maryland

2:25 P.M. EDT

Q Mr. President, how is it going, Mr. President?

Q How long is it going to take, Mr. President?

THE PRESIDENT: We pledged to each other we would answer no questions and offer no comment, and I'd like to set a good example. (Laughter.)

Q Can you resist us, sir?

THE PRESIDENT: It's difficult to resist, but I will make it -- today, at least.

Q Is that the only agreement you have reached so far? (Laughter.)

THE PRESIDENT: That would be answering a question. (Laughter.) Thank you.

END 2:26 P.M. EDT


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