Washington Sketch: What The Plouffe?
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Washington Sketch: What The Plouffe?

An advocate of journalistic freedom, the Sketch faced an unusual situation: David Plouffe, Obama's campaign manager, gave a speech at the National Press Club, but it was "off the record." Video by Gaby Bruna/washingtonpost.com

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