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We cover them up and protect them and we do their birthdays. The Obama team knows how to treat the press.
(Top photo credit: Jewel Samad/Getty Images caption: Photographers position in a Fedex trailer under a rainfall while waiting for US President Barack Obama to board Air Force One at BWI airport in Baltimore, Maryland, on June 12, 2012. Obama is seeking to steady his reelection bid after a wobbly week by redrawing the economic choice facing US voters and stuffing millions of dollars into his campaign war chest. Obama was last week swamped by a torrent of bad economic news, mocked after he said the private sector was doing ‘fine’ and forced to deny his White House was leaking intelligence on drone strikes and Iran to make him look tough. Bottom photo credit: Pete Souza/Official White House Photo caption: President Barack Obama celebrates the birthday of Bloomberg White House correspondent Julianna Goldman aboard Air Force One during the flight from Ramstein, Germany, to Joint Base Andrews, Md., May 2, 2012. )
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