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President Obama's First Two Years in Office

April 21, 2011

When Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, he vowed to change the way Washington worked. He came into office ready to overhaul America's health care system, deal with climate change, and pass immigration reform. While he has enjoyed some major achievements, he has also faced unprecedented political, financial, and foreign policy challenges. Diane and her guests talk about the first two years of the Obama presidency.

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