MIAMI (AP) — King Felipe VI of Spain begins a two-day tour of Florida with a speech at the Freedom Tower on the campus of Miami Dade College.READ MORE: Barricaded Man Who Set Items On Fire, Threw Them Off Fort Lauderdale Apartment Balcony Taken Into Custody
He met with President Barack Obama at the White House earlier this week. They discussed the importance of working together to ensure refugees are safe and treated with shared humanity.
It’s unclear what topics Felipe will discuss during his master lecture at Miami Dade College early Thursday evening.READ MORE: London-Bound American Airlines Flight Returned To MIA After Couple Refused To Wear Masks
Felipe, 47, was proclaimed king just over a year ago, replacing his scandal-hit father, former King Juan Carlos. He pledged to restore trust in the monarchy after allegations of corruption.
A recent poll in Spain’s El Pais newspaper shows that 81 percent approve of Felipe’s performance, and 74 percent approved of his wife, Letizia, a former television presenter.MORE NEWS: Florida Senate Signs Off On Redistricting Plans
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