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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Raymond Joseph
Haitian Ambassador Raymond Joseph this week left Washington to return to Port-au-Prince, where he is expected to announces his candidacy for president in the Nov. 28 election. His decision to run could set up a political showdown with his nephew, the popular hip-hop performer Wyclef Jean, who has hinted that he also might return home from the United States to campaign for president.
Haiti's ambassador to the U.S, Raymond Joseph, said in an interview with the Associated Press that if it is the only remaining copy, the discovery would provide a boost to his country at a desperate time.
Mr. Joseph told the Christian Science Monitor last week that a race between him and his nephew would present voters a choice of "popularity versus experience."