President Barack Obama and Pope Francis spoke alone on Wednesday for 40 minutes in the Oval Office, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said. Earnest said that there was no transcript of the discussion between the two men and no more details would be released. The two leaders avoided any disagreements in their public remark, speaking mainly about immigration and climate change, about which there is general agreement between them. Earnest said that only time would tell how Pope Francis' remarks would impact the U.S. political debate.
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