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From London Girl To Presidential First Lady


Sky News' Dominic Waghorn talks to Asma al Assad, who has gone from London girl to the first lady of Syria.



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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad among her people. She’s the London girl who married a president.

“She has the same name as my daughter.”

Down to earth and relaxed in crowds of young admirers. The dynamic first lady of a country that’s changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Sky News Syria and America could be on the verge of soaring relations.

“The fact that President Obama is young. Well, President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is time for these young new leaders to make a difference in the world.”

“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband at the one of the palaces here in the near future?”

“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria is about.”

We joined the first lady promoting her greatest passion, a movement for Syria’s youth and watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about America’s young President.

“Do you like Barack Obama?”

“Yes.”

“Would you like to see him come here?”

“Oh, yes.”

“It’s time for us to change. It’s time for us to open up to the whole world in order to let them see us as the real us.”

America wants to pull Syria away from his alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.

“Is this a sign that Syria is opening up?”

“It’s already opened, Dominic. You should know this if you've been here before.”

“Well, it seems very much as having sanctions imposed because it is not opened up enough, not engaged enough.”

“We don’t impose the sanctions. So we are open and we wanna open even more. It’s, er, we were never closed.”

America says Syria is integral to its Middle-East policy. Tensions are easing but much more diplomacy's required before this first lady is hosting her US counterpart any time soon.

Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Damascus.

 

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In jeans and of T-shirt, Asma al-Asad among her people, she’s the London girl who married a president.

“She has the same name as my daughter.”

Down to earth and relaxed in crowds of young and morals, the dynamic first lady of the country that is changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Sky News, Syria and America could be on the verge of foe relation.

The fact that president Obama is young, well, President Assad is also very young as well, so maybe it’s time for these new young leaders to make a difference in the world.”

“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband at the one of the Palaces here in the near future?”

“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a / how we live, who we are and what Syria about.”

We join the first lady promoting her greatest passion and movement for Syria’s youth, and watch some of them debating. After it, we asked them about America’s young president.

Do you like Barack Obama?

Em, yes.

Would you like to see him come here?

Oh, yes.

“Somewhat forced change, some forced open up to, to the whole world, or to Latin / as the /.”

America wants to pull Syria away from its alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.

Is it a sign that Syria is opening up?

It’s already open, Dominic, you should have known this, you had been here before.

Well, it seems very much that Syria having sanctions and imposes because it’s not opening up enough. Let me get you what should be enough.

“We are dealing imposes and sanctions, so … we’re open, and we want to open even more, and so, we will never close.”

America says Syria is integral to Middle East policy, tensions are easy, but much more diplomacy required, for this first lady is hosting
her U.S. counterpart any time soon.


Dominic Waghorn, Sky News.
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In jeans and T-shirt Asma al Assad is among her people. She is a London girl who married the President.
“She has the same name as my daughter.”
Down to a (   ) crowds and young morals , the dynamic first lady of a country that is changing. In an exclusive interview she told Sky News Syria and America could be on the verge of storing their relation.
“The fact that President Obama is young, en, well, President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is the time for these young unions to make some differences in the world.”
“Can you see youself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband, they wander one of the palaces here in the future?”  
“I can see myself hosting the Damascus. In the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria is about.”
We joined the First Lady promoting her greatest passion, a movement for Syria’s youth. I am watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about American’s young president.
“Do you like Barack Obama?”
“Yes.”
“Would you like to see him coming here?”
“Oh, yes.”
“It is the time for us to change. It is the time for us to open up to the whole world. In order to let them see us as the way us.
America wants to put Syria away from its line with Iran, sending its first ambassador her in four years.
“Is it a sign that Syria is opening up?”
“It has already opened. Dominic, you should notice it you have been here before.”
“Well, it seems very much that having sanctions and imposes because it is not open up enough, not (engaging?) enough.”
“We didn’t impose sanctions, so we are open and we want to open even more. It is, er, we will never closed.”
America says Syria is an integrated Middle East policy. Tensions are easing, but much more diplomacy is required for this First Lady is hosting her US counterpart anytime soon.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad among her people. She’s the London girl who married the President.

“She has the same name as my daughter.”

Down to the earth, relax, in crowds of young mothers. The dynamic first lady of a country that’s changing. In an exclusive interview, she told sky news Syria and America could be on the verge of soaring relations.

“The fact that President Obama is young, well President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is time for the young new leaders to make a difference in the world.”

“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband in one of the palaces here in the near future?”

“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria is about.”

We join the first lady promoting her greatest passion, a movement for Syria’s youth and watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about America’s young President.

“Do you like Barack Obama?”

“Yes.”

“Would you like to see him come here?”

“Oh, yes.”

“It’s time to force change, it’s time to open up to the whole world to let them see us as the real us.”

America wants to pull Syria away from his alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.

“Is it the sign that Syria is opening up?”

“It’s already opened up. You should have known this. You have been here before.”

“Well, it seems very much as having sanctions imposed because it is not opened up enough, not engaged enough.”

“We don’t impose sanctions. So we are opened and we want to open even more. It’s we will never close.”

America says Syria is integral to its Mid-East policy. Tensions are easing but much more diplomacies are required before this first lady is hosting his US counterpart any time soon.

Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Damascus.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad among her people. She’s the London girl who married the President.

“She has the same name as my daughter.”

Down to / earth and relaxed in crowds of young and mothers. The dynamic first lady of a country that’s changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Sky News Syria and America could be on the verge of soaring relations.

“The fact that President Obama is young, well President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is time for these young new leaders to make a difference in the world.”

“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband in one of the palaces here in the near future?”

“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria is about.”

We join the first lady promoting her greatest passion, a movement for Syria’s youth and watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about America’s young President.

“Do you like Barack Obama?”

“Yes.”

“Would you like to see him come here?”

“Oh, yes.”

“It’s time for us to change, it’s time for us to open up to the whole world in order to let them see us as the real us.”

America wants to pull Syria away from his alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.

“Is this the sign that Syria is opening up?”

“It’s already opened, Dominic. You should know this. You have been here before.”

“Well, it seems very much as having sanctions imposed because it is not opened up enough, not engaged enough.”

“We don’t impose the sanctions. So we are opened and we want to open even more. It’s, er, we will never close.”

America says Syria is integral to its Mid-East policy. Tensions are easing but much more diplomacies are required before this first lady is hosting his US counterpart any time soon.

Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Damascus.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad among her people. She’s the London girl who married the President.

“She has the same name as my daughter.”

Down to earth and relaxed in crowds of young admirers. The dynamic first lady of a country that’s changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Sky News Syria and America could be on the verge of soaring relations.

“The fact that President Obama is young. Well, President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is time for these young new leaders to make a difference in the world.”

“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband at the one of the palaces here in the near future?”

“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria is about.”

We join the first lady promoting her greatest passion, a movement for Syria’s youth and watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about America’s young President.

“Do you like Barack Obama?”

“Yes.”

“Would you like to see him come here?”

“Oh, yes.”

“It’s time for us to change. It’s time for us to open up to the whole world in order to let them see us as the real us.”

America wants to pull Syria away from his alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.

“Is this a sign that Syria is opening up?”

“It’s already opened, Dominic. You should know this. You've been here before.”

“Well, it seems very much as having sanctions imposed because it is not opened up enough, not engaged enough.”

“We don’t impose the sanctions. So we are opened and we wanna open even more. It’s, er, we were never closed.”

America says Syria is integral to its Middle-East policy. Tensions are easing but much more diplomacy's required before this first lady is hosting her US counterpart any time soon.

Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Damascus.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al-Asad among her people, she’s the London girl who married a president.
“She has the same name as my daughter.”
Down to earth and relaxed in crowds of young and morals, the dynamic first lady of the country that is changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Sky News, Syria and America could be on the verge of foe relations.
“The fact that president Obama is young, well, President Assad is also very young as well, so maybe it’s time for these new young leaders to make a difference in the world.”
“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband at the one of the Palaces here in the near future?”
“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria about.”
We join the first lady promoting her greatest passion and movement for Syria’s youth, and watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about America’s young president.
Do you like Barack Obama?
Em, yes.
Would you like to see him come here?
Oh, yes.
“Somewhat forced change, some forced to open up to, to the whole world, or to let them see us as the real us.”
America wants to pull Syria away from its alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.
Is it a sign that Syria is opening up?
It’s already open, Dominic, you should know this, you had been here before.
Well, it seems very much that Syria having sanctions and imposes because it’s not opening up enough. Not engaged enough.
“We are dealing imposes and sanctions, so … we’re open, and we want to open even more, and so, we will never close.”
America says Syria is integral to Middle East policy, tensions are raising, but much more diplomacys required, for this first lady is hosting her U.S. counterpart any time soon.
Dominic Waghorn, Sky News.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad among her people. She’s the London girl who married the President.

“She has the same name as my daughter.”

Down to earth and relaxed in crowds of young admirers. The dynamic first lady of a country that’s changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Sky News Syria and America could be on the verge of soaring relations.

“The fact that President Obama is young. Well, President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is time for these young new leaders to make a difference in the world.”

“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband at the one of the palaces here in the near future?”

“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria is about.”

We join the first lady promoting her greatest passion, a movement for Syria’s youth and watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about America’s young President.

“Do you like Barack Obama?”

“Yes.”

“Would you like to see him come here?”

“Oh, yes.”

“It’s time for us to change. It’s time for us to open up to the whole world in order to let them see us as the real us.”

America wants to pull Syria away from his alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.

“Is this a sign that Syria is opening up?”

“It’s already opened, Dominic. You should know this if you've been here before.”

“Well, it seems very much as having sanctions imposed because it is not opened up enough, not engaged enough.”

“We don’t impose the sanctions. So we are opened and we wanna open even more. It’s, er, we were never closed.”

America says Syria is integral to its Middle-East policy. Tensions are easing but much more diplomacy's required before this first lady is hosting her US counterpart any time soon.

Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Damascus.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad among her people. She’s the London girl who married a President.

“She has the same name as my daughter.”

Down to earth and relaxed in crowds of young admirers. The dynamic first lady of a country that’s changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Sky News Syria and America could be on the verge of soaring relations.

“The fact that President Obama is young. Well, President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is time for these young new leaders to make a difference in the world.”

“Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband at the one of the palaces here in the near future?”

“I can see myself hosting them in Damascus, in the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are and what Syria is about.”

We joined the first lady promoting her greatest passion, a movement for Syria’s youth and watching some of them debating. Afterwards, we asked them about America’s young President.

“Do you like Barack Obama?”

“Yes.”

“Would you like to see him come here?”

“Oh, yes.”

“It’s time for us to change. It’s time for us to open up to the whole world in order to let them see us as the real us.”

America wants to pull Syria away from his alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassador here in four years.

“Is this a sign that Syria is opening up?”

“It’s already opened, Dominic. You should know this if you've been here before.”

“Well, it seems very much as having sanctions imposed because it is not opened up enough, not engaged enough.”

“We don’t impose the sanctions. So we are open and we wanna open even more. It’s, er, we were never closed.”

America says Syria is integral to its Middle-East policy. Tensions are easing but much more diplomacy's required before this first lady is hosting her US counterpart any time soon.

Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Damascus.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad among her people, she’s the London girl who married a president.
“she has the same name as my daughter.”
Down to earth relaxed in crowds of young admirers, the dynamic first lady of a country that’s changing.
In an exclusive interview she told sky news Syria and America could be on the verge of a soaring relations.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad are among her people. She is the London girl who married a president.
She has the same name as my daughter.
Down-to-earth and relaxed in crowds of young admirers, the dynamic first lady of a country that's changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Skynews Syria and America could be on the verge of a thaw in relations.
The fact that president Obama is young. Well, President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it is time for these young new leaders to make a difference in this world.
Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband at one of the palaces here in the near future.
I can see myself hosting them in Damascus. In the old town, meeting with people, getting a sense of how we live, who we are, and what Syria is about.
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America says Syria is integral to its Middle East policy. Tensions are easing. But much more diplomacies required. For this first lady, it's hosting her US counterpart any time soon.
Dominic Waghorn, Skynews, Damascus.
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In jeans and a T-shirt, Asma al Assad are among her people. She is the London girl who married a President.

"She has a same name with my daughter."

Down-to-earth and relaxed a crowds of young admirers, the dynamic first lady of a country is changing. In an exclusive interview, she told Skynew Syria and America could be on the verge of a thaw in relations.

"The fact that President Obama is young. Well, President Assad is also very young as well. So maybe it's time for these young new leaders to make a difference in this world. " Can you see yourself hosting Michelle Obama and her husband in one of these palaces in the near future?" " I can see myself hosting them in Damascus in the old town,  meeting with people, geting a sense of how we live, who we are and what syria is about."

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America wants to pull syria away from its alliance with Iran, sending its first ambassdor here in four years.

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America says Syria is integral to its Middle East policy.   Tensions are easing. But much more the policy is required for this firstlady is hosting her US counterpart any time soon. Dominic Waghorn, Skynews, Damascus.
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