We may see more ‘flexible’ Obama during second term
WASHINGTON – Remember when President Barack Obama whispered to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in March that he would have more “flexibility” after his November re-election? Oops, the microphone was on during that private conversation; we heard it. It was one of those red-hot moments for the president during a nuclear security summit in Seoul, South Korea.
Now, that the United States’ red-hot election is official, Obama has gained that coveted second term in the White House, defeating Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
So, what will Obama do with his agenda? What should he do? Does he have any energy left after such a contentious campaign battle? And how will he be received the second time around?
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