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The Biographer With No Regrets About Uncovering Obama's Sex Life
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David Garrow. Until then, says Garrow, the Obamas lived in a very small apartment in Chicago, had just paid off their university loans and were living a very modest middle class life. He always talked about immigrants collecting bottles and cans from the garbage, and during the presidency he would mention how being in the White House you get increasingly out of touch with real life. Genevieve Cook also told Garrow that cocaine use was a key part of their relationship at the time, although Obama was much more moderate in his use than she and her friends.
Obama, Marriage Equality, and the Health of Gay Men
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Barack Obama's campaign spent Wednesday dealing with a small crisis after the politico. Obama's team spent most of the day apologising and assuring everyone this was not official campaign policy, while at the same time keeping an eye on another circus unfolding in Washington. There, Larry Sinclair, a gay man from Minnesota who alleges he snorted cocaine and had sex with the Democratic nominee, held a news conference. His allegations have been sloshing around on the internet for six months, ever since he posted a YouTube video.