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Obama's day: A happy birthday
USA Today's Desair Brown looks at what President Obama is getting from the people on his birthday.
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00:02 I thought you guys gonna ask me them. How I
00:06 was gonna spend my -- There isn't. -- Mr. President looks
00:14 like the most you're getting from the people in your birthday.
00:17 As a copy of the competition. And a birthday card that
00:20 only a few 100000. People have signed on to their brown
00:24 for USA today. The president turns 53 today and so far
00:29 the celebration seems pretty low key. He spent the weekend playing
00:33 golf before heading to Camp David. Today he's back in town
00:37 and could not been on the UF African leaders summit which
00:40 he canceled this -- tomorrow. Beyond that the Democratic National Committee
00:45 really I mean really. Once you assign the president's birthday card
00:49 and the reaction wasn't in too enthusiastic. Bridget Johnson an Al
00:53 -- -- -- it pushed us creepy. And -- bark called
00:57 it disturbing. Me awhile the Republican National Committee has their own
01:02 group gift for the president they want you to help send
01:06 him a copy of the constitution. Moore the president today and
01:09 again how are you looking back it is here search USA
President Obama turns 53 years old Monday, and celebrates in part with a light public schedule.
Obama, born Aug. 4, 1961, has a string of meetings with aides throughout the day.
The economy will be the major topic when the president sits down in the afternoon with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.
Monday also marks the start of the first-ever U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. While Obama is scheduled to address the summit Tuesday, he may drop in on some of the meetings set for Monday.
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