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Friday, December 2, 2022

Leader of Obama’s VP Search Team Quits

James A. Johnson, a consummate Washington insider and former Fannie Mae chief executive, resigned yesterday from Sen. Barack Obama's vice presidential search committee, just four days after he was caught up in controversy over low-interest home loans and lucrative business deals.

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James A. Johnson, a consummate Washington insider and former Fannie Mae chief executive, resigned yesterday from Sen. Barack Obama’s vice presidential search committee, just four days after he was caught up in controversy over low-interest home loans and lucrative business deals.

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