Report From Obama's Whistlestop Tour With his swearing in as 44th president of the United States now just three days away, President-elect Barack Obama is in the middle of one final campaign-style road trip before officially taking on the many challenges that await his arrival in the Oval Office.
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Report From Obama's Whistlestop Tour

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Report From Obama's Whistlestop Tour

Report From Obama's Whistlestop Tour

Report From Obama's Whistlestop Tour

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With his swearing in as 44th president of the United States now just three days away, President-elect Barack Obama is in the middle of one final campaign-style road trip before officially taking on the many challenges that await his arrival in the Oval Office.

NPR's Don Gonyea reports from President-elect Obama's final road-train trip to Washington for his inauguration.