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Obama under fire for big-money ambassador nominees

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Tapping big money donors for ambassadorial posts is a century-old White House practice, but one that is causing President Obama new headaches. Three of Obama's ambassador nominees -- for Norway, Argentina and Hungary -- raised six-figure sums for his re-election campaign, helping him win a second term. Modern presidents have regularly picked well-heeled campaign donors and political allies for...

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