Paul Harris

US Correspondent, The Observer

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US Correspondent for the British newspaper, The Observer, based in New York, and author of The Secret Keeper

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President Obama is traveling abroad with an entourage of no less than 500 people, not to mention a fleet of decoy helicopters and a limousine called “The Beast.”

Obama Takes Entourage of 500 on Trip to London

President Obama is traveling abroad with an entourage of no less than 500 people, not to mention a fleet of decoy helicopters and a limousine called “The Beast.”

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