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President Barack Obama is returning from vacation rested and ready for a busy fall, including pressing Congress for money to protect against the Zika virus and fending off lawmakers' attacks over the administration's $400 million "leverage" payment to Iran.Obama also is expected to campaign doggedly to help elect Democrat Hillary Clinton as president.Obama planned to spend the rest of the week in meetings, largely to prepare for an upcoming, weeklong trip to Asia, his 11th and likely final visit to the region as president.With Congress still on a seven-week break, Obama and aides probably will focus on what the White House can get from lawmakers before they leave town to campaign for re-election. Obama asked Congress for $1.9 billion this year for Zika prevention.Obama won't spend much time at the White House after a vacation during which he played golf or went to the beach almost daily.Obama will become the first U.S. president to visit Laos.
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