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    Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Meet With President Obama at the White House

    Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

    Angelina Jolie has spent plenty of time in Washington, D.C., as part of her role as a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador.

    But this time, she got some facetime with the president!

    The Oscar winner and her man Brad Pitt scored a meeting with President Barack Obama today at the White House, the commander in chief penciling them in before he was set to leave for Chicago.

    You have one guess as to what they talked about. No, not the New Hampshire primary...

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    Jolie and Obama discussed the plight of women caught up in war zones—such as the one depicted in her film The Land of Blood and Honey—and how the United States can get involved combating mass violence against civilians in troubled areas.

    And surely Pitt, who consulted with Obama a couple of years ago regarding his plans for the redevelopment of New Orleans' hurricane-ravaged Lower Ninth Ward, was able to contribute to the dialogue as well. (No word on whether Secret Service confiscated his cane before he was granted a private audience with the president.)

    The do-gooding couple were in town for a screening of Jolie's film at the Holocaust Memorial Museum.

    After his glammier-than-usual meeting, Obama jetted to Chicago for a surprise visit to his reelection-campaign headquarters to thank staffers for their diligence.

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