Obama arrives in Peru facing tough questions on Trump

US President Barack Obama (L) gets into his car as Peru's Vice President Mercedes Araoz looks on upon his arrival at Jorge Chavez International Airport in LimaBarack Obama touched down in Peru on the final foreign visit of his eight-year presidency, facing tough questions from assembled Pacific leaders about Donald Trump’s election victory. Obama landed at Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport ahead of an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit that is likely to focus heavily on Trump’s shock victory. On Saturday, Obama will meet leaders of the 12-country trans-Pacific trade agreement, which Trump has opposed and now faces an uncertain future.

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