President Barack Obama made time during his Chicago visit Tuesday to talk about the volatile situation in Ferguson, Missouri — but it was his planned comments about immigration that sparked the most passion.
The man whose reputation — and nickname — are built on his intense demeanor and fiery on-ice persona suddenly is the loosest guy in the room.
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