The ESPN Presidency

Continuing his exceptional audition for a post-presidential career at ESPN, President Obama will meet with the 1972 Miami Dolphins today. Andrew Malcolm notes that the obscure, frequently overlooked team will be honored a mere 14,828 days after its Super Bowl win.

Mark Knoller calculates that this is the 54th time the president has hosted a sports team at the White House, including Little League champions.

LeBron James, beside the politician who compared himself to LeBron James.

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