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Raiders of the Lost Legacy: Steven Spielberg to reshape reality during Obama’s post-presidency

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By Doug Powers  •  August 17, 2015 07:32 AM

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Obama’s been such an awesome president that it’s going to take a master of fantasy, fiction and suspension of disbelief to properly frame his legacy:

Publicly, Mr. Obama betrays little urgency about his future. Privately, he is preparing for his postpresidency with the same fierce discipline and fund-raising ambition that characterized the 2008 campaign that got him to the White House.]
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The process started as early as the week after Mr. Obama’s re-election in 2012, when the director Steven Spielberg and the actor Daniel Day-Lewis went to a White House screening of the movie “Lincoln.” Mr. Spielberg held the president spellbound, guests said, when he spoke about the use of technology to tell stories. Mr. Obama has continued those conversations, most recently with Mr. Spielberg and the studio executive Jeffrey Katzenberg over dinner at a Beverly Hills hotel in California in June, according to some of Mr. Obama’s close advisers.

The advisers said Mr. Spielberg was focused on helping to develop a “narrative” for Mr. Obama in the years after he leaves office.

We should help give Spielberg’s next offering an appropriate title. I’ll go with “Close Encounters of the Revisionist Kind” or “Saving Private Lyin’.”

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