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President Barack Obama has been chafing for months at the notion that he's a lame-duck president.How Obama handles the Iranian nuclear issue, in particular, may define his presidency.But the political lens is already beginning to shift from Obama to the three politicians who, according to the polls, people would most like to see run in 2016: Republicans Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush, and Democrat Hillary Clinton. A CBS poll this week reported that 59 percent of Republicans think Romney should run and 50 percent want Bush. What's interesting about the 2016 race is that the Republican and Democratic candidates are all positioned to run against Obama's foreign policies. Clinton also appears to be ready to run against elements of Obama's foreign policy.Finally, there's the peculiar problem of Jeb Bush. If he gets the Republican nomination, he may have to run against the foreign policies of both Obama and his own brother, George W. Bush.
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