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Video: Rodent Crashes Obama’s White House Speech

Rodents & Mice

A rodent scurried in front of Obama's podium, drawing chuckles from reporters and rapid clicks from camera people.

| May 21, 2010

President Obama's remarks on Wall Street regulations yesterday featured a special guest, though we're not exactly sure who - or what - it was. Some kind or rodent - maybe a rat, maybe a mouse, perhaps a mole - scurried in front of Obama's podium, drawing chuckles from reporters and rapid clicks from camera people.

Click here to watch the video.

Source: MSNBC

 

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