U.S. President Barack Obama waves as he walks with his daughter Sasha towards Marine One before departing for their vacation in Hawaii, at the White House in Washington, December 19, 2014. (REUTERS/Larry Downing)
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Grylls, a British former SAS soldier turned adventurer and survival specialist, said the idea for the TV episode came from the White House.Grylls said a team of about 50 Secret Service personnel, a food taster, snipers and helicopters accompanied the pair during the daylong trek through a forest and across a glacial outwash.Obama threw himself into it, shrugging off the food taster, sharing Gryll's water bottle, lighting fires and eating berries.Along the way, Grylls said the pair talked not only about climate change but about being a father, Obama's fears, Grylls' habit of drinking his own urine, and the challenges of living in a bubble away from ordinary people.
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