Pierce Brosnan had his first tour inside the White House earlier today – reports Politico 44.
The former James Bond star was there to meet with President Barack Obama’s staff to discuss the preservation of whales.
‘I’ve always viewed it from afar so to be in the hallowed halls was … truly an honor,’ Brosnan said outside to the growing press after the meeting came to a close.
Brosnan believes he had many sympathetic ears in the administration on the issue he and his wife took up 16 years ago. He went on to suggest that the White House could open up a communication line between Norway, Japan and Iceland to further combat the issue.
‘The administration and the president is very sensitive and forward thinking to the cause. Most people think [the whales] been saved but they haven’t. The slaughter still goes on.’
‘This is a golden opportunity,’ he added.
Click here for a brief video interview regarding the issue with Pierce Brosnan.
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