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Obama and Romney: How they've changed in 5 years

CBS News Thursday, 1 October 2020
Oh, how times have changed since 2007 when we first met then-Senator Obama and Governor Romney on 60 Minutes. Two producers who covered our presidential candidates then and now revisit the broadcast's first encounters.
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