President Barack Obama might not have “checked out,” but, a columnist writes, he seems to be ceding the idea of leadership in the world.
President Barack Obama might not have “checked out,” but, a columnist writes, he seems to be ceding the idea of leadership in the world. J. Scott Applewhite Associated Press
President Barack Obama might not have “checked out,” but, a columnist writes, he seems to be ceding the idea of leadership in the world. J. Scott Applewhite Associated Press

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