Carter Stops By The White House
Former President Jimmy Carter was seen at the White House this morning, where he spent about 90 minutes in the West Wing - most of it with National Security Adviser Jim Jones, reports CBS News White House correspondent Mark Knoller.
Mr. Carter's press secretary said Carter received a "private briefing ... as he has had with past administrations."
The White House added that President Obama briefly greeted Mr. Carter during the visit, reports Knoller.
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