Richard Wolffe

Correspondent, MSNBC

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Correspondent for MSNBC and author of Revival: The Struggle for Survival Inside the Obama White House

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Last week, it was the  tax deal .

Don't Ask Don't Tell Repeal Caps a Winning Lame-Duck Session for Obama

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President Obama made a  surprise visit  to Afghanistan today, where he brought Holiday greetings to American troops at Baghram Air Force Base.

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The  START Treaty  was negotiated by George W. Bush to allow the US to monitor Russia's missile development, but it expired last December.

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