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Obama's Stonehenge 'banter'.

BARACK Obama swapped "banter" with three young boys during his sightseeing trip to Stonehenge, their mother has said.

Janice Raffle rushed to the famous monument with her husband and three sons after hearing the president was paying a surprise visit.

The family, who live nearby, shook hands with the US president and chatted to him over a barbed wire fence as he toured the ancient site in Wiltshire yesterday. Mr Obama visited the historic site while attending the Nato summit in Wales.

Mrs Raffle said: "There was a bit of banter between the boys, saying boys are best and he said 'Well, I don't know if I agree with that'. He was really kind."

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 7, 2014
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