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November 08, 2012


Obama Campaign Surprised at Quick Call

President Obama's re-election team "was confident he would win another four years in the White House. But even his top campaign aides were surprised at how quickly the television networks called the race in the president's favor on Tuesday," the Washington Post reports.

"Obama had arrived at the Fairmont Hotel, where his aides were staying on Tuesday night, but they did not expect him to be declared winner so soon. In fact, the president had not yet gathered with his aides; he was with his family in their suite on the 37th floor, with the staffers in another room, said one senior aide who spoke on condition of anonymity to describe private moments."












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