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Obama’s Bow Considered a Low Blow

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 It's an unwritten rule that U.S. presidents should not bow to kings, but it seems as though President Barack Obama did not receive that memo. During the opening of the G-20 meeting in London on Thursday, Obama greeted King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia with what looked like a bow, but White House aides refuse to address it as such. Conservatives beg to differ and view his salutation to the king as improper, while others believe it was merely a sign of respect.  The President, who recently met with the Queen of England, has been heard saying that the United States should show more respect to the Muslim nation through a change in behavior.—PS

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