When Afghan leaders visit the United States next week, at least some of their meetings with U.S. officials will be at Camp David, the mountain hideaway outside Washington where generations of U.S. presidents have gone to rest or hold summits away from the noise of the city. President Barack Obama has used the retreat less frequently than his predecessors, which has meant change for some residents of nearby Thurmont, Maryland. White House correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.
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