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Andy Borowitz

Andy Borowitz

Posted: October 28, 2010 01:34 PM

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report) -- In an extraordinary edition of The Daily Show guaranteed to dominate the headlines for days, the most powerful man in America met last night with Barack Obama.

While the most powerful man's decision to set aside thirty minutes for a sitting president carried with it risks for both men, each could lay claim to some measure of victory the morning after, says Professor Davis Logsdon of the University of Minnesota.

"Just to be seen on the same stage as the country's most powerful man is a win for Barack Obama," Professor Logsdon says. "It definitely lifts him up a notch."

Conversely, the most powerful man in America had something to gain by giving the President so much of his time: "By reaching out to Obama, he's perceived as caring about those less fortunate." Continue reading here.

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