Obama in Mexico, Talks Trade, Economy, Health Care

By: AP Email
By: AP Email

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- President Barack Obama says he and the leaders of Mexico and Canada pledge to give a coordinated effort on economic recovery, trade, swine flu and climate change.

Following two hours of talks in Guadalajara, Obama says he supports Mexican President Felipe Calderon's efforts to take on drug cartels.

While there, Obama also talked about Health Care. The President says Canada's government-run health care does work-for Canada, but not for the US.

At a news conference following a summit with Canada's prime minister and Mexico's president, Obama says the US and Canadian systems have evolved differently and the US must come up with it's on Healthcare system that works for the US.

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