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Biden apologizes to Obama for saying he supported gay marriage last week

Vice President Joe Biden apologized to President Obama for saying he supported same-sex marriage last Sunday, according to the Vice President's office. The two spoke in the Oval Office shortly before the president sat down for an ABC News interview in which he also announced his …
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