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Axelrod Wants More Young People to be Strategists or "Journalists'

Now that David Axelrod's goal of getting Barack Obama reelected has been reached, he wants a new generation of journalists to help politicians like Obama get elected in the future.

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"I'm going to spend part of my time starting an institute of politics at the University of Chicago," said Axelrod. "My feeling is if I can help inspire some young people to get into this arena as candidates, as strategists, as journalists, then that would be a great contribution to make."





FLASHBACK: Journalists get caught on a hot mic coordinating an attack on Mitt Romney.


NPR REPORTER ARI SHAPIRO: …pointing out that the Republicans… *unintelligible* …Obama….

CBS REPORTER JANE CRAWFORD: That’s the question.
 
NPR REPORTER ARI SHAPIRO: *unintelligible*

CBS REPORTER JANE CRAWFORD: Yeah that’s the question. I would just say do you regret your question.

NPR REPORTER ARI SHAPIRO: Your question? Your statement?

CBS REPORTER JANE CRAWFORD: I mean your statement. Not even the tone, because then he can go off on…

NPR REPORTER ARI SHAPIRO: And then if he does, if we can just follow up and say ‘but this morning your answer is continuing to sound…’ – *becomes unintelligble*

CBS REPORTER JANE CRAWFORD: You can’t say that..

**Later**

CBS REPORTER JANE CRAWFORD: I’m just trying to make sure that we’re just talking about, no matter who he calls on we’re covered on the one question.
   
NPR REPORTER ARI SHAPIRO: Do you stand by your statement or regret your statement?

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