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The View Goes Presidential with Barack Obama

The View features Obama

President Obama On the View

Well known for his unorthodox utilization of futuristic and unconventional advertising mediums, which were also touted as a key strategy leading up to his Presidential election win. President Barack Obama has done it a gain with another first for U.S. television and also for the American public.

Once more leading the way in what is being described as the latest form of media manipulation, while at the same time positively enforcing his position as commander and chief. President Obama will appear on one of the most watched daytime shows of the century, namely The View and what they are calling the “Red, White & Blue View” campaign.

A show that will be dedicated to political discussions through noted guests and dignitaries who will impart their wisdom and governing experiences to the ever questioning female hosts.

The President is hard on the come back trail from the Gulf of Mexico disaster,  with the latest developments in this environmental catastrophe, while being good news are tentative to say the least.

The prolonged efforts to regain some form of control in this modern day industrial disaster, did little to help win the publics confidence towards the federal government in any shape or form. The President will now appear next to Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepherd and Elisabeth Hasselbeck.

The ladies, who are known for being quite outspoken, will endeavour to take the President through a political discourse that should both shock and entertain their national TV audience.

President Obama will now go down in American history as the first U.S. elected president to sit in and take part on a televised daytime talk show.


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