Fw: San Diego arrival; pool 16

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From: Gardiner Harris [mailto:xxx@email.com]
Sent: Saturday, October 10, 2015 08:40 PM
To: Barnes, Desiree  N. EOP/WHO
Subject: San Diego arrival; pool 16

Air Force one arrived at Miramar Air Force Base around 7:50 pm. and
the pool squeezed into two vans instead of three. Ten guys, some with
heavy equipment, jostled into one of the vans in the desert air,
instantly overwhelming the vehicle's air conditioning.

The motorcade sped through darkened suburban sprawl and desert scrub
on Miramar Road to the 805 (local dialect demands use of an article
prior to interstate numbers).  We soon joined the 5, exited at Del Mar
Heights Road, passed the Pumpkin Patch play area, and sliced into the
heart of the exclusiveness of Rancho Santa Fe.

Sun overexposure can lead to nausea, fever, headache and dizziness.
But so can existential dread. These conditions can be difficult to
distinguish in the Southland and on pool duty. Greg Jaffe of the
Washington Post will need a differential diagnosis, but I suspect the
labs will be equivocal.

We arrived at the gated community at 8:25 pm alongside the sharpest
looking crew of CHiPs I've ever seen. We have a lid.

Gardiner Harris
White House Correspondent
The New York Times
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Gardiner Harris
White House Correspondent
The New York Times
1627 I Street NW
Washington DC 20006
Desk: +xxx-xxx-xxxx
Cell: +xxx-xxx-xxxx
xxx@email.com

Gardiner Harris
White House Correspondent
The New York Times
1627 I Street NW
Washington DC 20006
Desk: +xxx-xxx-xxxx
Cell: +xxx-xxx-xxxx
xxx@email.com

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