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PICTURES: Our Aging Presidents


Left: Obama eyes his first lady before their inaugural dance on January 21, 2009. Right: Obama speaks on the economy at a meeting of the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness following a tour of a LED lighting company in Durham, N.C. on June 13, 2011.  (SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

President Obama is nearly three years into his first term, and his face looks about 10 years older. In a speech in Berkeley, Calif., in June, Michelle Obama said of her husband, "I see the sadness and worry that's creasing his face." Obama may have a lot on his plate, but he shares the physical wear and tear of the presidency with his predecessors. Click through to see how presidents have aged in their first two and a half years on the job.



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