Pope Francis and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi both landed in the U.S. last week in overlapping visits. They each lead a billion people worldwide, and drew crowds, worship and controversy while here. There were tears, talk about climate change and the role of women. Still, a closer look at their itineraries shows some key differences.
Obama welcomed the pope at the airport, hugged Modi at the U.N.
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President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama greeted Pope Francis at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Tuesday, breaking with White House protocol.
Obama greeted Modi with an embrace in a United Nations hallway Monday...