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President Obama and Republican and Democratic leaders engaged in a spirited but civil debate at a health care summit Thursday, finding agreement on some issues but appearing to find little common ground on how to move forward in a bipartisan way.
Analysts are weighing in on what took place during the summit and what it will mean for health care reform.
But we were wondering what was on the menu for lunch. One of our producers reports that it was on the healthy side - no surprise there.
Take a look at the choices:
HOT FOOD: Chicken with vegetables and spinach, grilled salmon, rice, seasonal vegetables
COLD FOOD: Salads, smoked turkey, grilled tenderloin
Apparently, when Obama was walking back to Blair House from the White House, to resume the meeting a reporter shouted a question asking what he had for lunch.
"Chicken," he called back.
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