Richard Wolffe of NBC, MSNBC and Newsweek: Behind Closed Doors: Inside the Obama White House
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_Behind Closed Doors: Inside the Obama White House _
Richard Wolffe, Political Commentator; Author, Renegade and _Revival: The Struggle for Survival Inside the White House _
Phil Bronstein, Editor at Large, Hearst Newspapers – Moderator
Wolffe, award-winning journalist, NBC and MSNBC political analyst, and author of the New York Times best-selling political epic,_ Renegade: The Making of a President_, will tell the dramatic inside story of the defining period of the Obama White House, based on exclusive interviews with President Obama and his White House staff. As Newsweek’s former senior White House correspondent, Wolffe covered the entire length of Obama’s presidential campaign and has had unprecedented access to Obama – allowing us to see and hear President Obama with an immediacy and honesty never before witnessed. Come and listen to Wolffe as he answers the simple yet enduring question: Who is Barack Obama?
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