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2009 September 22, Helene Cooper, “For a President in the Big Apple, a Heart-Shaped Potato”, New York Times:add
- The broader reason for Mr. Obama’s trip to Manhattan is the annual multiday gridlockfest that is the opening days of the United Nations General Assembly . Mr. Obama is scheduled to talk about global hot topics like climate change , development, poverty, the economy, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the efforts to rein in Iran’s nuclear ambitions.