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Gerry Adams, the Sinn Fein leader, yesterday met the US President, Bill Clinton, in a symbolic encounter on Capitol Hill. The two shook hands and, during a brief exchange, Mr Clinton was said to have raised his fist in the air and said: "This is going to work." The two met at the traditional St Patrick's Day lunch for leading members of the Irish-American community hosted by House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Capitol Hill. The lunch was attended by John Bruton, the Irish Prime Minister. The occasion was vintage folksy Irish-American. Mr Gingrich wore a green tie, and the 50 or so guests were serenaded by bagpipes.
When they sat down to lunch - corned beef, cabbage and potatoes - they were accompanied by a rendition of "Danny Boy". During lunch Mr Adams and Mr Clinton sat at separate tables.When the President and Mr Adams finally shook hands, the room burst into applause. Afterwards Mr Clinton reportedly raised his fist in the air and exclaimed: "This is going to work." The words seemed to signify his confidence that his gamble in allowing Mr Adams to fundraise would pay off in speeding up the peace process.After the lunch, Mr Adams said he had commended Mr Clinton for his efforts to advance the peace process. "The engagement was positive, was cordial," he said of their meeting, which lasted four or five minutes.Mr Adams said Mr Clinton did not talk about the decommissioning of IRA weapons and he did not expect to discuss this at the White House today.