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Obamarama: Today in Future First Family News (Nov. 14, 2008)


(By Charlie Neibergall -- Associated Press)

Which school for Malia and Sasha? Our colleague Valerie Strauss writes that speculation is focused on Sidwell, Georgetown Day and Maret; few are putting money on a public school. Meanwhile, this guy wonders if they might just finish the school year in Chicago.

Cherie Blair offers her hard-earned advice to Michelle on being the chief executive's wife: "You have to learn to take a back seat, not just in public but in private."... Barack and Michelle give a "60 Minutes" interview this weekend... The first brother-in-law brings his basketball team to Howard University tonight.... And get ready for a crop of Barack babies.

Finally: Have you noticed that Michelle knows how to dress? They have at Slate, where "pro-fashion pundits" offer advice and ponder her impact on the industry. And the folks at Forbes (Forbes?) suggest some inaugural gowns.


By The Reliable Source  |  November 14, 2008; 10:38 AM ET
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Comments

All this is well and good but I keep thinking, when are the Obamas going to attend a funeral or memorial service for Barack's grandmother? Seems like a loose end that hasn't been wrapped up in the public domain, anyway.

Posted by: ac11 | November 14, 2008 2:48 PM | Report abuse

Please do we have to hear all about the schools pray tell, and how surprising it is that Michelle knows how to dress? Are you trying to gag the readers? If this goes on for another 4 years my glucose level will be off the charts.

Posted by: gwalter1 | November 14, 2008 7:28 PM | Report abuse

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