2014-05-12T160112Z_1973107994_GM1EA5C1UNK01_RTRMADP_3_USA-OBAMA

At White House, Uruguay president urges U.S. to become bilingual

Uruguay's President Jose Mujica delivers remarks as U.S. President Barack Obama welcomes before meeting in Oval Office in WashingtonBy Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Uruguay President Jose Mujica, meeting at the White House with President Barack Obama, on Monday urged the United States to become bilingual, joking that immigrants from Latin America would fill the country with Spanish speakers. “And you will have to become a bilingual country … because the strength of Latin women is admirable and they will fill this country with people who speak Spanish and Portuguese, too,” he said. The effort is stalled in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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