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How Obama Banks On Warren Buffett—For Campaign Cash

On Tuesday, First Lady Michelle Obama will jet off to Omaha, Neb., where she'll attend an Obama campaign fundraiser. Hosting the Omaha event (attendees who donate $5,000 can meet and take a photo with the First Lady) will be none other than Warren Buffett, the "Oracle of Omaha," an Obama campaign official told Mother Jones. And joining Michelle Obama and Warren Buffett at the Omaha fundraiser will be Susie Buffett, Warren's daughter and a philanthropist herself.
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