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But would they drink beer together? President Obama will award former President Bill Clinton the Medal of Freedom on Wednesday at the White House, a public display of admiration belied by the enduring tensions between the two men.
President Obama's disagreements with the tea party are well known, but a new book reveals there is no love lost between him and "professional blacks."
A split was crucial to the chase for her dream job. In 2012, she looked "tired and withdrawn," prompting more than a few to wonder if she'd had enough. Not a chance. She has her eyes on the prize.
President Obama was overheard bragging to administration aides about his ability to kill people with drones, a new book about the 2012 campaign season that's due for release on Tuesday claimed.
President Obama's inexplicable silence in the first debate has led to a large bump for Mitt Romney -- now slightly ahead, according to the Pew poll -- the game-changer that Democrats were convinced would not happen.
Chicago. Chicago. Chicago.
Well, that didn't take long. By 11 a.m. Saturday, shortly after presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney appeared with his newly picked running mate, the Senate Democratic leader fired out a bitter e-mail.
The race for the political thriller of 2012 is heating up with Noam Scheiber's "The Escape Artists," a tick-tock narrative about the Obama administration's attempts to balance stimulating the economy with reducing the deficit.
The narrative of HBO's "Game Change" will be familiar to anyone who followed the arc of the 2008 campaign season — so familiar, in fact, that it raises the question of why the movie was made.