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    President-elect Barack Obama (right) meets with Sen. John McCain on Nov. 17 at Obama's transition office in downtown Chicago. (Associated Press)


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    **FILE** Rahm Emanuel (left) and President Obama (Associated Press)


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    Group: ViewsAmerica Credit: CUMMINGS Source: Winnipeg Free Press - Winnipeg, Canada Keywords: US ELECTIONS PARTY DANCE REPUBLICANS DEMOCRATS ELEPHANT DONKEY OBAMA MCCAIN CAMPAIGN Provider: CartoonArts International / The New York Times Syndicate


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    ASSOCIATED PRESS London Mayor Boris Johnson, a maverick member of the center-right Conservative Party, sees Sen. Barack Obama as the "incarnation of change and hope" that the United States needs in the White House.


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    ** FILE ** In this June 6, 2008, photo, Rep. Rahm Emanuel (left) talks with Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama at a Chicago 2016 Olympic rally at Daley Center Plaza in Chicago. Mr. Obama's campaign has approached Mr. Emanuel about possibly serving as White House chief of staff, officials said Thursday. (Associated Press)


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    ** FILE ** Then-Sen. Barack Obama campaigns for the presidency in 2008. (Associated Press)


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    ** FILE ** Then-Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama plays basketball with the University of North Carolina's Jack Wooten in Chapel Hill, N.C., on April 29. (Associated Press)


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    ** FILE ** David Plouffe was manager of President Obama's campaign in 2008.


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    ** FILE ** Then-Sen. Barack Obama speaks at a presidential rally in Lancaster, Pa., on Sept. 4. (Associated Press)


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