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First 100 days of Barack Obama's presidency: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: ________, Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of National Economic Council
Leon PanettaJason FurmanLawrence SummersCarol Browner

Question 2: ________. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/first100days/index.html. Retrieved 2009-01-21.
Fox News ChannelFox Business NetworkCNNBloomberg Television

Question 3: Trade Representative, Ambassador to the United Nations, and Director of the ________.
Barry McCaffreyOffice of the United States Trade RepresentativeOffice of National Drug Control PolicyPresident of the United States

Question 4: [136] On April 28, day 99 of Obama's presidency, Senator ________ (a former Democrat who switched to the Republican party in 1966) returned to the Democratic Party.
Bob Casey, Jr.Joe LiebermanArlen SpecterPatrick Leahy

Question 5: By comparison, ________ only had one outstanding Cabinet confirmation at the end of his first day in office and George W. Bush had all but one approved before February 1, 2001.
Howard DeanEd RendellBill ClintonAl Gore

Question 6: ________, Special Advisor for the Gulf and Southwest Asia under the Secretary of State
Paul WolfowitzDennis RossThe Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign PolicyAmerican Israel Public Affairs Committee

Question 7: ________ Senator John McCain, the Republican presidential nominee in the 2008 election, voiced support for his former rival's plan.
FloridaColoradoAlabamaArizona

Question 8: Obama, a former ________ editor-in-chief, could use a similar approach to press management.
Harvard Law SchoolHarvard Law ReviewLearned HandJohn G. Roberts

Question 9: Nine days after his speech on Afghanistan, Obama addressed Marines at ________, North Carolina, and outlined an exit strategy for the Iraq War.
Camp Gilbert H. JohnsonMarine Corps Air Station Cherry PointMarine Corps Air Station New RiverMarine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Question 10: [63] Later that day, the Senate confirmed ________ by a 94–2 vote.
Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, 2008Joe BidenJohn McCainHillary Rodham Clinton
















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