Barack Obama

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At Grammys, Obama Promotes ‘Partnership’ With Soros-Funded Group

President pushes campaign sponsored by White House and Center for American Progress.
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Advising GOP to Ditch Conservatives; 'Republicans Have a Problem with Science'

As they do every election year, journalists instruct the GOP to ignore conservatives if they want to have any hope of winning, while others in the media seize on the measles outbreak to slam ...
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CBS Boosts Obama Advisor David Axelrod's Hit on Mitt Romney

During a news brief on Wednesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Norah O’Donnell promoted David Axelrod, President Obama’s presidential campaign strategist, and his new book in which the ...
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Obama, The Very Worst Deficit President

The networks barely mentioned Obama's latest budget...it's not visual, and it would only lead to the conclusion that Obama's dug a huge debt hole. These people can't admit Obama sent a moldy ...
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NBC: Obama's Massive Budget Is 'Aimed at Helping the Poor'

ABC's Good Morning America on Tuesday ignored the massive new budget proposed by Barack Obama (and the tax increases contained within). NBC's Today, despite four hours of air time, allowed a scant ...
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ABC’s World News Tonight Ignores Slim Prospects Obama’s 2016 Budget Proposal Will Pass

Following the unveiling of President Obama’s 2016 budget proposal, two of the three major broadcast networks made time to mention the story during their Monday evening newscasts, but only in the ...
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NBC Skips Obama’s George Washington Beer Gaffe; Spent Three Straight Nights on Palin’s Paul Revere Tale

During a live interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie on Sunday, President Obama told her how, at the White House, “[w]e make beer – the first president since George Washington to make some booze in ...
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NBC's Guthrie Grills Obama: Critics Say You're 'Delusional' and 'Passive' on Terrorism

In an interview aired on Monday's NBC Today, President Obama discovered that speaking to an actual journalist was a bit tougher than having YouTube celebrities lob softballs at him. In the ...
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Andrea Mitchell: White House 'Furious' Netanyahu Speaking to Congress; 'A Really Bad Idea'

On her Thursday MSNBC show, host Andrea Mitchell was aghast at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreeing to speak before a joint session of Congress during an upcoming U.S. visit without ...
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English and Spanish Networks Combine to Ignore Senate Voting to Approve Keystone Pipeline

The U.S. Senate took the step Thursday of approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline in a bipartisan fashion by a margin of 62-to-36, with nine Democrats joining 53 Republicans to pass it for the ...
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