Latest on Americas Summit: Diplomacy can be tiring work

April 10, 2015 11:04 PM

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Halfway through his first full day in Panama for the Summit of the Americas, President Barack Obama appears to be losing steam. His eyes glazed over while sitting onstage listening to other heads of state during a CEO summit, and on a few occasions he seemed to rest his chin on his fingertips in an attempt to stay awake.

Obama has had a grueling schedule for the first day of the summit. He awoke early for an unannounced tour of the Panama Canal, then held separate meetings with Panama's president and a group of Central American leaders before the CEO event. A speech and round-table with civil society leaders, a summ...

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