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Imagining Yesterday's Obama-Sanders Conversation

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Obama: Welcome to the White House, Bernie. You don't know how lucky you are!

Sanders: You call getting sidelined by Hillary luck?

Obama: Depends on how you look at it: you'll stay a free man.

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Sanders: How so? Isn't serving the American people the greatest thing anyone can do? I don't mind giving up a little free time to do that"

Obama: That's not the only thing you'd be giving up if you were the tenant here.

Sanders: And aren't you well protected by the Secret Service (SS"....)?

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Obama: Oh sure, I'm even protected from my best instincts.

Sanders: Your 'best' instincts?

Obama: Yeah, the ones I developed under Davis and Alinsky.

Sanders: Your so-called 'Commie mentors'....?

Obama: Shh! The walls have ears!

Sanders: The White House walls?!!

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Obama: You better believe it, bro.

Sanders: So the US Prez isn't the most powerful man on earth?

Obama: Are you kidding me?

Sanders: (moving closer) Can you tell me so the walls won't hear?

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