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President Obama reflects on a challenging 2013 in wide-ranging ‘New Yorker’ profile

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Jan
2014

Theres little argument that 2013 has been the most difficult year of President Obamas time in office. Between the revelation of the NSAs widespread surveillance, a 16-day government shutdown, problems with the launch of Healthcare.gov, and more, its been a year of turmoil in The White House. David Remnick of The New Yorker spent time with the president as 2013 wrapped up and has just published an extensive behind-the-scenes look at President Obama as he tries to prepare for his presidencys final push. While Obama mostly stays on-point throughout the piece, not letting his guard down enough to say anything truly out-of-character, there are still a number of worthwhile stories throughout.

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