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Obama on Biggest Regret as President

By Thomas McKinless

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After poking a little fun at an audience member during a town hall event in Baton Rouge Thursday, President Barack Obama reiterated that his biggest regret from his presidency thus far was the degradation of bipartisanship since he took office in 2009. “I have no doubt there are things I could’ve done better, but what I also say is that this is not something a president can do by him or herself,” Obama said. “When it comes to how we work together, the main impetus for a better politics is going to be the American people.”

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