Cheney to Newsmax: 'Obama Doesn't Believe in an Exceptional America'
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President Obama has destroyed America's reputation as an "exceptional" nation, throwing out decades of strong leadership by commanders-in-chief from both political parties, former Vice President Dick Cheney tells Newsmax TV. [Full Story]
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