BIGTHINK MADE HISTORY! First in The World Reported President Obama-

BIGTHINK MADE HISTORY!! THE FIRST MEDIA IN US (MAY BE IN THE WORLD) REPORTED PRESIDENT OBAMA CAUGHT COLD DURING HIS FIRST TRIP TO G20 MEETING IN LONDON!

BIGTHINK MADE HISTORY!! THE FIRST MEDIA IN US (MAY BE IN THE WORLD) REPORTED PRESIDENT OBAMA CAUGHT COLD DURING HIS FIRST TRIP TO G20 MEETING IN LONDON! See the following news reported by this Author, Keynes Karl on April 1, 2009, USA: "Breaking news only to bigthink! BASED ON MY OBSERATION ON CNN, MSNBC, FOX CABLE MORNING NEWS ON APRIL 1, 2009 ET TIME 7:30 AM. In the First join meeting of President Obama and British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown in LONDON! If my behavior science training is right and the microphone system is intact, then I can pretty sure: Our President was caught cold (HIS VOICE IS A BIT LOW AND NOT NORMAL!) in his first trip to London. Warning: It is only my educated guess. Reported by: Keynes Karl on April 1, 2009, 7:46 am ET"

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