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Even Presidents Struggle To Keep Their Dignity

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Even Presidents Struggle To Keep Their Dignity

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Even Presidents Struggle To Keep Their Dignity

Even Presidents Struggle To Keep Their Dignity

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An artist painted South African President Jacob Zuma exposed. The president is seeking a court order to have the painting removed from a gallery. At the University of Texas, a commencement poster included a typo. It was missing the letter "L." It's supposed to be the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Even presidents struggle to keep their dignity. South African President Jacob Zuma is known for womanizing. And, maybe as a commentary, an artist painted a picture of Zuma exposed. The president is now seeking a court order to have the painting removed from an art gallery. And then there's the University of Texas, where a commencement poster included a typo. It was missing the letter L. It is supposed to be the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. It's MORNING EDITION.

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