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David Axelrod

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David Axelrod (born February 22, 1955 <%afu(222)%>) is an American political consultant based in Chicago, Illinois. He is best known as a top advisor to Barak Obama.

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Warren Buffett: The Oracle of Nebraska Shares His Wit and Wisdom With Business Students
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UPDATE - Karl Rove, David Plouffe to Discuss Political Climate, How Outcome of 2016 Election Will Affect Wealth Management, at The MarketCounsel Summit
ENGLEWOOD, NJ--(Marketwired - November 16, 2015) -

Karl Rove, David Plouffe to Discuss Political Climate, How Outcome of 2016 Election Will Affect Wealth Management, at The MarketCounsel Summit
ENGLEWOOD, NJ--(Marketwired - November 16, 2015) -

Chicago Tribune Presents the 31st Annual Printers Row Lit Fest: Expand Your Mind
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - May 21, 2015) - The 31st annual Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest: Expand Your Mind is proud to announce the 2015 lineup of celebrity authors, chefs, comedians and more, as the Midwest's largest gathering of book lovers gears up to celebrate the power of storytelling

The Effect of Bridgegate on Chris Christie's Political Brand
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - January 20, 2014) - Chris Christie has always portrayed an image of a straight shooting-politician who is never afraid to say what is in his mind. He often shouts down hecklers in political rallies, with critics branding him a political bully

Grant Park Global and AudioEye, Inc. Partner to Market Audio Internet(TM) Platform to State Governments and Latin America
AudioEye, Inc. (OTCQB: AEYE) ("the Company"), creator of the Audio Internet™ patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform, today announced that it has launched a marketing initiative with Grant Park Global for its Audio Internet™ platform that targets the 50 state governments within the U.S., along with government entities throughout Latin America.

Philanthropist Avram Freedberg Encourages Creative Charity Drives
Avram Freedberg is a strong supporter of charitable activity, as he believes that giving back to the community is an important responsibility held by individuals who have achieved success. As such, a recent article posted by CNN chronicling the charitable shaving of Alex Castellanos' facial hair caught his attention

When top Obama aides had to be 'separated' from school yard type fight
US Attorney General Eric Holder and chief presidential adviser David Axelrod had to be separated after squaring up during a furious row over attempts to impose White House operatives in the justice department, according to a new book.

Biden's 'views' give Obama sleepless nights
Vice President Joe Biden's recent statement about legalizing gay-couple marriage revved up the activist community, but it did create a bit of a headache for the Obama's re-election campaign.

Obama campaign's senior strategist Axelrod says Romney heading on 'death march' to nomination
President Barack Obama campaign's senior strategist David Axelrod has said GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is heading on a death march to nomination due to the persistent negativity of the Republican campaign.

Robert Gibbs back on Obama payroll as 'strategic consultant' for re-election campaign
Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs has returned to Barack Obama's payroll as a "roving surrogate and strategic consultant" for the latter's re-election campaign.

Leaked memos reveal Obama used 'character assassination tactics' against Clinton in 2008
US President Barack Obama agreed to using character assassination tactics against Hillary Clinton during his 2008 presidential campaign, leaked memos have revealed.

Brad Pitt was in 'awe' of Obama during White House visit
Brad Pitt was in 'respectful awe' of Obama during the actor's 2009 visit to the Oval Office, says a new book.

Steve Jobs warned Obama of 'one-term presidency' over business policies
Steve Jobs had warned US President Barack Obama last year that he risked losing re-election over his policies related to business, the official biography of Apple's late co-founder has revealed.

Obama administration defending itself against new book's 'dysfunctional White House' claim
US administration is defending itself against the new book 's portrayal of the White House as a dysfunctional organization during Obama's tenure.

Obama considering moving 2012 Presidential election campaign base to Chicago
US President Barack Obama is trying to win re-election by apparently risking, for the first time in history of the country, to move the campaign base to Chicago, according to sources with knowledge of the campaign planning.

Obama's insular White House worries his allies
US President Barack Obama's executive style relies heavily on a cordon of advisors who were with him at earlier points in his career, but now there are concerns in certain quarters that with senior advisors resigning, Obama is replacing them with trusted confidants who are closer to him than the people they replaced.

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