Jodi Kantor

New York Times

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Correspondent for the New York Times and author of The Obamas

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The Obamas have one week left at the White House. Author and reporter Jodi Kantor has covered the president and his family for the past eight years.

What's next for the Obamas?

The Obamas have one week left at the White House. Author and reporter Jodi Kantor has covered the president and his family for the past eight years.

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