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Before Romney’s ‘Binders’ of Women, Obama Got Attachments

In 2012, Republican Mitt Romney used the phrase "binders full of women" to describe the lists of qualified female job applicants he assembled as governor of Massachusetts. Turns out President Obama was sent his own list.
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