Italy President Arrival
President and Mrs. Clinton greeted Italian President Salfaro at the South Front of the White House, then moved to a dias on the South… read more
President and Mrs. Clinton greeted Italian President Salfaro at the South Front of the White House, then moved to a dias on the South Lawn to review troops and deliver speeches of mutual esteem and friendship. President Clinton mentioned the influence of ancient Rome on democratic government, the hard work of Italian immigrants to the U.S., and the hospitality received on his trip to Italy in 1994. President Scalfaro spoke of American generosity after World War II and of NATO and efforts for peace. President Scalfaro’s remarks were translated by a translator. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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