Obama meets Christian leaders

April 6, 2010 at 7:15 AM
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WASHINGTON, April 6 (UPI) -- Christian leaders from across the United States are joining U.S. President Barack Obama Tuesday for an Easter prayer breakfast at the White House.

The breakfast will be a time provide an opportunity for participants to reflect and celebrate the Easter season, the White House said in its daily guidance schedule.

Obama was to deliver remarks that are expected to highlight the role Christian organizations play in serving the country, the White House said.

Later in the morning, Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will receive the daily briefings, then have lunch.

In the afternoon, the president will meet with senior advisers, as well as Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

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