Six Months In, Scoring Obama's Promise-Keeping

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Barack Obama made 515 promises during his presidential campaign, according to the Web site PolitiFact.com. Its reporters and researchers have been keeping track of every promise. The Obama administration turns six months old Monday; how many of those promises has he kept — or broken?

Host Liane Hansen talks to Bill Adair, editor of PolitiFact.com and Washington bureau chief of the St. Petersburg Times, about Obama's record so far.



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