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As the administration continues to draw the ire of the Beltway press, the most White House-friendly network up and hired yet another former White House message man, David Axelrod. And that may all be part of the plan.
President Obama passionately defended U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice's record during his first press conference with the White House press pool since wining re-election. In fact, it was the first time he spoke to White House reporters in over eight months.
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