Watch: Obama Faces Reporters for First Time After Winning Re-Election

Connor Simpson

President Obama is going to hold his first formal presser after winning re-election last Tuesday. It's been so long, the White House press corps can barely remember the last time they spoke. The last time Obama held a formal press conference at the White House, and took questions from the corps, like this was on March 6, over eight months ago. (Eight months and eight days, but who's counting?) It got to the point where Republicans tried to turn Obama's not speaking with the press into a campaign attack. (Hint: it didn't work.)

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A lot has happened since March, so the press corps will likely be coming in with their homework done and their questions sharpened. If one reporter catches the President off guard, drinks are on him or her afterwards. 

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