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George E. Condon Jr. is White House correspondent for National Journal. He joined National Journal at the beginning of the Obama administration, covering the White House for CongressDaily. Prior to that, he covered the White House and national politics as Washington bureau chief for Copley News Service and the San Diego Union-Tribune. Condon has interviewed eight presidents and reported from 88 countries. He led the team that won the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for coverage of the corruption of Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham. Condon is a past president of the White House Correspondents Association and the Gridiron Club and past chairman of the National Press Foundation.

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To many, the moral calculus looked very different a decade ago: "People have forgotten how intense it was."

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With progressives watching and Republicans ready to launch their offensive in January, there is reason for the evident White House frustration.

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Amid the uproar over Ferguson, the president fell back on that most familiar of Washington responses—a task force to further study the situation.

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He was never part of the club in the Senate, and he never meshed with the White House.

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