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Obama: Chinese 'don't mind' my absence on Asia trip

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President Obama on Tuesday said the government shutdown had led to “missed opportunities” on the world stage and suggested China had likely welcomed his absence at two key Asian summits. The president canceled a planned trip to Asia this week amid Washington's inability to unite behind a solution to end the government shutdown. “I’m sure the Chinese don’t mind that I’m not there right now,”...

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