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Granny diplomacy

When a mother-in-law moves in, it's an adjustment for everyone (even a president)

Barack Obama and his mother-in-law, Marian Robinson, held hands as they watched election-night returns. Barack Obama and his mother-in-law, Marian Robinson, held hands as they watched election-night returns.
By Beth Teitell
Globe Correspondent / December 30, 2008

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As if Barack Obama hasn't already pulled off enough firsts, he's on record hoping - hoping! - that his own mother-in-law will move into the White House. (Full article: 1072 words)

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