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American Morning viewers bestowed praise on President Obama and the First Lady, as they continued their trip abroad. Many viewers were optimistic about the future of international relations:
Even former naysayers waxed eloquently about the President:
How do you feel about President Obama’s performance abroad? Do you believe he appropriately represented the United States and our interests? Was he too submissive or apologetic, or did he represent the U.S. with strength and dignity?
Some viewers took offense at Mr. Obama’s closing comments during the press conference with Turkey’s president:
Do you believe the President’s remarks in Turkey were inappropriate as the viewer above states, or were Mr. Obama’s words an attempt to present the U.S. as a refuge for religious freedom? Let us know what you think on these issues and others of interest to you.
President Obama visited Turkey Monday where he said that "one of the great strengths of the United States" is that it does not consider itself "a Christian nation or a Jewish nation or a Muslim nation. We consider ourselves a nation of citizens who are bound by ideals and a set of values."
Do you agree with the President's comments?
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President Obama visited Turkey today. It's the last leg of a trip that also took him to France, where he got NATO allies to share more responsibility for Afghanistan, and to London, where the leaders from around the world tackled the global financial crisis.
So how did the President do?
David Frum is a former presidential speechwriter and founder of newmajority.com. He joined us live.
What do you think? Was President Obama's trip to Europe successful?
From CNN's Suzanne Malveaux
This morning Michelle Obama goes back to being Mommy in Chief. She's at the White House to see her daugthers Sasha and Malia off to school.
But this comes after an extraordinary trip overseas that still has much of Europe talking.
What do you think? What is behind Michelle Obama's popularity overseas?
North Korea's controversial missile launch on Sunday sent the UN Security Council into an emergency session and President Obama was woken up at 4:30am with a phone call in Prague.
It's the President's first major international security dilemma. But even after hours UN officials left their late night meeting with no response.
America's Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, joined us live.
What do you think? What steps should the United Nations take in response to North Korea's missile launch?
As the President travels to a predominantly Muslim country, a new image of America is reaching a side of the world where friends are sorely needed.
After eight years of George W. Bush, President Obama is talking a lot about "mutual respect."
So far, Europe has responded. But some in Washington aren't so sure it's the right message.
What do you think? Is President Obama repairing America's image abroad?