President Obama performs a traditional dance with local children during his trip to Alaska aimed at focusing attention on climate change. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. President Barack Obama's Alaska trip brought him to Dillingham, where he attended an event at a children's school and delighted the kids by joining their dance as they serenaded him with native songs. The stop was part of his visit to remote communities, at the end of a three-day tour of Alaska, intended to add to his legacy of improving ties with Native Americans. He has also traveled by foot and boat to see glaciers that are quickly receding due to climate change. Obama boasted this week that he will have visited more tribal communities than any previous sitting president by the time he leaves office.