Adam Kushner

National Journal

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President Obama had already scheduled a  news conference  for this morning, but moved it back after news of Japan's earthquake.

President Obama Addresses Budget, Libya and Japan

President Obama had already scheduled a news conference for this morning, but moved it back after news of Japan's earthquake.

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