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Obama at Midterm: An Associated Press discussion at NYU in Washington

April 15, 2014
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The prospects for President Barack Obama’s unfinished agenda at home and abroad, viewed against the backdrop of his lame-duck status, will be the focus of a discussion that will be be presented May 6 by The Associated Press at New York University’s campus in Washington.

Journalists will provide an inside view of the challenges facing the administration on a number of fronts, ranging from implementation of the health care law and the midterm elections in November to the crisis in Ukraine and the U.S.-brokered peace talks in the Middle East.

The panel, moderated by AP Washington Bureau Chief Sally Buzbee, will feature:

  • AP Chief White House correspondent Julie Pace
  • AP State Department reporter Matthew Lee
  • Huffington Post White House reporter Sam Stein
  • Los Angeles Times White House reporter Kathleen Hennessey

The discussion begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Abramson Family Auditorium, 1307 L St. NW, Washington, D.C. RSVP is required.

For more information, contact Tom McIntyre of New York University at 202-654-8327, tom.mcintyre@nyu.edu, or Erin Madigan White at The Associated Press, 212-621-7005 emadigan@ap.org.
 

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