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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - J. Carlesimo
Skiing in Canada is postponed. Mikhail Prokhorov's new agenda calls for lunch with his basketball coach.
"Honestly, am I anxious to hear what he's got to say? Of course I do. But we've just got to go out and do the best job we can and see whatever happens," Carlesimo said. "I certainly don't want to lobby for it or anything like that."
"Your head's spinning a little bit, you're trying to think of all the things that were second nature," Carlesimo said. "Hopefully, I haven't forgotten. I'm old, but hopefully I haven't forgotten."