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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says his private meeting in London with British Prime Minister David Cameron was "very good."
Walker made the brief comment after exiting the meeting with Cameron on Tuesday at Downing Street.
Neither Walker nor Downing Street would provide details on what had been discussed. The encounter was billed as a private meeting between the two men.
Walker is leading a coalition of Wisconsin government and business officials on a trade mission to London that runs until Friday.
The trip gives Walker a chance to bolster his overseas and foreign policy credentials as he considers running for president in 2016. He is scheduled to give a public speech Wednesday about the global economy at the prestigious Chatham House think tank.
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