- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 2, 2014

A Chicago woman pleaded on local news Thursday for President Obama to help find her Toyota Corolla after the president’s security detail reportedly moved it from the front of her home without her knowledge.

“They took my car away because of the president,” Michelle Bradford, of Kenwood, told Chicago’s ABC affiliate, the Washington Free Beacon reported. “I’m glad he’s here, but I want my car. They relocated my car. It’s not funny.”

“Can you help me find my car, Mr. President?” she asked.

“Are you listening Mr. President?” the station’s news anchor joked.

Mr. Obama is in Chicago campaigning for Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and other Democrats.

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