What Will Obama And Bush Discuss? President-elect Barack Obama has never really been into the typical Washington political life, says analyst Juan Williams. The president-elect's family has always lived in Chicago and he's generally preferred to dine with friends from law school rather than fellow politicians. But all that is about to change. We consider what President Bush is likely to tell him.
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What Will Obama And Bush Discuss?

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What Will Obama And Bush Discuss?

What Will Obama And Bush Discuss?

What Will Obama And Bush Discuss?

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President-elect Barack Obama has never really been into the typical political life in Washington, says analyst Juan Williams. His family has always lived in Chicago and he's generally preferred to dine with friends from law school rather than fellow politicians. But all that is about to change. What sort of advice might President Bush offer him?