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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Peter Velasco
President Obama took a big hit financially last year because of plummeting book sales that cut into his royalties, but he still has his State Department as a customer.
State Department spokesman, Peter Velasco, said Wednesday that embassies make decisions on what books to buy based on the interests of the host countries.
He said the collections at the embassies include volumes on history, politics and culture, and include other books by U.S. presidents.