President Barack Obama opened a two-day visit to Germany on Sunday hoping to counter deep public skepticism about a trans-Atlantic trade deal with Europe as the continent grapples with economic challenges, terrorism and other pressing issues.

Chancellor Angela Merkel warmly greeted Obama on what is likely his final visit as president to Germany, rolling out a red carpet at Hannover’s sprawling Herrenhausen Palace, a rebuilt version of the former summer royal residence destroyed in World War II.

After reviewing German troops in a palace garden, they climbed a spiral staircase and stepped inside for private talks.

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