Obama's favorite phrase
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Obama's favorite phrase

The Washington Post's Alec MacGillis explains what President Obama means when he uses the phrase "let me be clear." (Jonathan Forsythe, Ethan Klapper and Anup Kaphle/The Washington Post, Additional video courtesy of Whitehouse.gov and NewsChannel 8)

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