Detour! Tracing the winding road to Obama’s legacy
Monday, May 20, 2013 - 03:13
With President Obama’s second term barely underway, the road to his presidential legacy already is littered with detour signs, from the IRS scandal to the Justice Department probe into AP phone records to lingering questions over the Benghazi attacks.
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