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President Barack Obama shakes hands with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, during a 2013 visit to Mexico City.

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Mexican President Felipe Calderón speaks during a press conference Monday with President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the White House.

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Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Dec. 29, 2010. The two leaders unveiled a border security agreement Wednesday aimed at securing the U.S.-Canada border and improving traffic.

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No, that's not a maple leaf on that Canadian flag.

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