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President Obama misses the "rhythm of life" that he enjoyed with his family before entering the White House where every walk with his dog, ice cream outing with his children and date with his wife draws the attention of the world. From the New York Post:
"It's Saturday morning. I'm gonna walk my dog, I'm going to run some errands, I'm gonna do some things that'll make my wife happy," Obama reminisced in a interview with NBC News anchor Brian Williams.

Obama was reminiscing to Brian Williams about being free on Saturday mornings in Chicago to go walk the dog they didn't get until they had been in the White House for a couple of months. A made-up past.

President Obama misses the "rhythm of life" that he enjoyed with his family before entering the White House where every walk with his dog, ice cream outing with his children and date with his wife draws the attention of the world. From the New York Post:
"It's Saturday morning. I'm gonna walk my dog, I'm going to run some errands, I'm gonna do some things that'll make my wife happy," Obama reminisced in a interview with NBC News anchor Brian Williams.

Obama was reminiscing to Brian Williams about being free on Saturday mornings in Chicago to go walk the dog they didn't get until they had been in the White House for a couple of months. A made-up past.