What Obama, Bush Will Discuss President-elect Barack Obama and his wife Michelle are meeting with President Bush and first lady Laura at the White House Monday. The senator should offer an irony-free offering of thanks to Bush, says analyst Ron Elving.
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What Obama, Bush Will Discuss

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What Obama, Bush Will Discuss

What Obama, Bush Will Discuss

What Obama, Bush Will Discuss

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President-elect Barack Obama and his wife Michelle are meeting with President Bush and his wife Laura at the White House today. Over the weekend, Obama transition advisors said the new president will act fast to overturn hundreds of Bush Administration executive orders. For all the changes he'll bring, the new president will still have to work with a number of Bush Administration holdovers whose appointments don't end when Mr. Bush leaves office.