New Book Describes The Obama Marriage And Trials

June 7, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – A new book describes President Obama’s bid for the White House, as well as the strains that his past political career put on his marriage.

According to ‘Renegade: The Making of a President’ the new chronicle of Obama’s political career written by Richard Wolfe, back in 2000 there was a rather rocky time in his and Michelle’s marriage, one that took them to the brink of collapse.

The strain caused by Obama’s political career as an Illinois senator left the two broke, and expecting their second child. With so much stress around them their marriage suffered greatly.

“She was angry at his selfishness and careerism; he thought she was cold and ungrateful,” Wolfe was quoted in the Telegraph.

“There was little conversation and even less romance.”

But over time they were able to mend what was broken, and restrengthen the ties between them, both for their girls, and for their own future.

Richard Wolfe was the man responsible for the 2008 Newsweek article, which described in great detail the campaign for the White House. He was given amazing access for his new book, and is thought to have a number of details, interviews, and stories that no one else does.

‘Renegade’ is available for sale now.


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One Response to “New Book Describes The Obama Marriage And Trials”

  1. gary on June 7th, 2009 1:59 pm

    The President wrote about his marital problems in his book the Audacity of Hope. They both have given interviews on that topic many times. So, this is not news! I’m happy to see that they make it together with more love for each other, for being together for 20 years, many of us has been through the same thing. There’s no perfect marriage, but I do respect couples that do what it takes to have a greater relationship. Now, you all can understand the reason for date nights, for spending time with each other matters. God Bless our President, and the United States Of America.

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