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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
The White House chose an unusual item to fact check today and played loose with the facts.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer who is of course an all star panelists here.
Wrote in his column today quote.
Obama started his presidency -- returning to the British embassy the bust of Winston Churchill that had graced the Oval Office.
On the White House blog Dan -- called that patently false and ridiculous claim.
Riding the -- is still in the White House in the residence outside the treaty room.
Five or even included in his post a picture of President Obama showing prime minister David Cameron the bust in 2010.
Case closed right.
Well no it's not that simple.
It turns out there are two boss.
The bus that was loaned to president George W.
Bush after nine elevenths that was in the Oval Office the one crowd -- armored -- referenced.
Was in fact returned to the British embassy.
After that administration ended.
That -- now resides at the British ambassador's Washington DC residents.
The White House collection has had a second Churchill bust for decades which is the one Pfeiffer says is on display in the residence.
Late today five for updated his blog post noting the two busts.
Not admitting a mistake but instead maintaining quote.
The idea put forward by Charles Krauthammer and others that President Obama returned the Churchill bust or refuse to display the bust because of antipathy towards the British.
Is completely false.
Reaction from Charles.
In a few.
Is the British press playing favorites when it comes to President Obama and governor Romney.
One media writer says yes media -- it's no Rothman notes londoners have criticized Romney for a variety of so called gaffes during his visit.
However Rothman says the fourth estate there has been much more forgiving to President Obama.
When he gave the queen an iPod containing -- among other things audio of two of president Obama's speeches.
Some in the US labeled that a tad bit egocentric but the guardian -- quote.
Clearly a lot of thought when they did this gift.
Obama broke with accepted decorum by touching the queen during -- meeting.
The -- headline rate red renewing a very touching relationship.
When the president tripped over a toast to the queen at a state dinner of guardian columnist sympathize.
Quote nobody was hurt nothing was damaged the whole thing was an -- -- -- irrelevance.
And when President Obama referred to the Falkland Islands as the Maldives.
The telegraph said it was an uncharacteristic.
Error more akin to those of his predecessor George W.
Updating a story in our Friday follow up segment.
Boston democratic mayor Thomas Menino now says he will not tried to stop chick -- from opening a restaurant in his city.
Menino had said the fast food chain was unwelcome because it supports traditional marriage.
New York mayor Michael Bloomberg says it would be inappropriate to deny business license based on political or religious beliefs.
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