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As president, Obama more restrictive on talks with foreign leaders

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President Obama, with his snubbing of Russian President Vladimir Putin, showcased one of the more glaring shifts between candidate and commander in chief: Talks with foreign leaders come with preconditions. Ahead of 2008's presidential election, Obama, the junior senator from Illinois, praised Presidents Kennedy and Reagan for speaking with the Soviet Union at the height of tensions between the...

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