FW: Print Pool Reports 7 and 8 corrections

From: Nicole Duran [mailto:xxx@email.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 11, 2015 9:10 PM
To: Velz, Peter
Subject: Print Pool Reports 7 and 8 corrections

The score of the baseball game was not tied 2-2 when the president left. It's 3-1, Democrats lead last the pool, which is back at the White House, learned.

The Democrats manager is Rep. Dan Kildee of Michigan, Dale Kildee is his father, whose seat he now occupies.

Nicole Duran

White House Correspondent

Washington Examiner

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On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 9:07 PM, Nicole Duran  wrote:

So sorry for the delay pool, major technical difficulties with my Wifi. So sorry for delay.

The president glad-handed with both dugouts, receiving support from the crowd sitting on the GOP side for his push to get the House to grant him trade promotion authority on Friday.

A sign in the audience read "Let's Make a Trade" and fans cheered "T-P-A" as Obama departed the infield.

Democratic team manager Rep. Dale Kildee of Michigan and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California were at the president's side for much of his approximately 15 minutes.

On the Democratic side, the crowd cheered "Four More Years."

Obama had his picture taken with Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas.

The last play Obama saw was Sen. Rand Paul, R-Tenn., strike out.

Other members seen with Obama were Reps.Kevin Yoder, R-Kan. Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., was at Obama's side most the time.

Typo in quote from report 7, quote was the president asking fans sitting on the Democratic side "Are we having fun yet"?

Nicole Duran

White House Correspondent

Washington Examiner

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