Obama Takes Whistle-Stop Trip To White House Barack Obama and his family took a historic train ride Saturday from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C., where he will be inaugurated the nation's 44th president on Tuesday. Along the way, he made speeches that focused on the economy and the troubles he faces.
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Obama Takes Whistle-Stop Trip To White House

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Obama Takes Whistle-Stop Trip To White House

Obama Takes Whistle-Stop Trip To White House

Obama Takes Whistle-Stop Trip To White House

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Barack Obama and his family took a historic train ride Saturday from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C., where he will be inaugurated the nation's 44th president on Tuesday. Along the way, he made speeches that focused on the economy and the troubles he faces.