Amie Parnes

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Bernie Sanders has asked for an Oval Office meeting tomorrow, raising an important political question: what role will President Obama be playing in the upcoming campaign.

Obama's Next Role: Campaigner–in-Chief for Hillary Clinton

Bernie Sanders has asked for an Oval Office meeting tomorrow, raising an important political question: what role will President Obama be playing in the upcoming campaign.

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Hillary Clinton  was considered "inevitable" in 2008. Barack Obama proved that she wasn't, when she failed to secure the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Hillary Clinton was considered "inevitable" in 2008. Barack Obama proved that she wasn't, when she failed to secure the Democratic presidential nomination.

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