LONDON — Britain’s Prince Harry has interviewed Barack Obama for a radio program by which the previous U.S. president shared his recollections of the day he left workplace and his hopes for the longer term.
Kensington Palace stated Sunday the interview was recorded in Toronto in September throughout the Invictus Video games, a sports activities occasion for injured army personnel that Harry championed.
The palace stated the dialog featured Obama discussing his plans to domesticate the following technology of management by means of the Obama Basis.
The interview was a part of Harry’s visitor editorship of the BBC’s At this time program. In a video clip on the BBC web site displaying Harry and Obama warming up forward of the chat, Obama joked: “Do I want a British accent?”
The interview will probably be broadcast on Dec. 27.
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