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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andy McGuire pitches herself to caucus-goers in the Roosevelt High School Auditorium in Des Moines during the Iowa Caucuses on Feb. 5, 2018. Clay Masters/Iowa Public Radio hide caption

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Prince Harry interviewed former President Barack Obama in a broadcast that aired Wednesday on the BBC. The interview was recorded during September's Invictus Games in Toronto, where the two are pictured here. Chris Jackson/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation hide caption

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Researcher Elizabeth Currid-Halkett says celebrity can be boiled down to a simple formula. Caiaimage/Sam Edwards/Getty Images/Caiaimage hide caption

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Never Go To Vegas, And Other Unspoken Rules Of Being An A-Lister

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Joe Biden and his son, the late Beau Biden, embrace at the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver. Beau Biden delivered the keynote address that year. He died seven years later from brain cancer. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Former President Barack Obama extends his hand as he attends Cook County jury duty at the Daley Center on Wednesday in Chicago. Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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Even (Former) Presidents Have To Go To Jury Duty

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Then-President Barack Obama in a 2015 meeting with a group of DREAMers, who received protection from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Obama reacted strongly to President Trump's reversal of the policy. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Former President Barack Obama's tweet after the violence Charlottesville, Va., is now the most-liked tweet ever. The tweet quoted Nelson Mandela and included this photo of Obama visiting a daycare in Maryland. Pete Souza/The White House hide caption

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Javier Yanez decorated with U.S. and Cuban flags in Old Havana, Cuba, in 2014. President Trump is expected to reverse some of the easing in U.S.-Cuba relations that President Barack Obama initiated. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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Trump Adopts Harder Line On Cuba

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former President of the United States Barack Obama arrive for a discussion on democracy in Berlin Thursday. Steffi Loos/Getty Images hide caption

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Three of the national monuments now under review by the Department of the Interior: (from left to right) Gold Butte in Nevada, the Pacific Remote Islands and Giant Sequoia in Northern California. Bureau of Land Management/Flickr; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Flickr; David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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President Donald Trump looks on as he meets with parents and teachers at Saint Andrew Catholic School in Orlando, Fla., on March 3. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trying to prove a point that little has changed, White House press secretary Sean Spicer holds up highlighted papers about the National Security Council. But that's not quite true. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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The empty stage for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on election night at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Democrats Try To Find A Future Post-Obama With Fault Lines Along Economics, Race

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