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Monday, 29 March 2010

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When Gordon Brown landed in Washington DC, for an annual White House visit, last Friday, it was thought that he and President Obama would discuss politics, and come up with innovative strategies to tackle the economic downturn.

Well, perhaps, that is a bit too ambitious. But, it was hoped that politics would be the main source of headlines.

However, when Obama spoke of a special relationship in his press conference this morning, further information was revealed. "Hillary and I have a special relationship," the President confessed.

The shock admission was given further credence when a blushing Secretary of State, scurried out of the room. Obama was quick to correct himself, adding that it was he and Gordon [Brown], who shared this relationship, however, few seem convinced.

Confidential White House documents, leaked to the press following the furore surrounding the allegations, claim that the frisky pair have been "meeting to discuss climate change", four times a week. Yet, love-rat hubby Obama, refuses to admit that he was involved in any affair.

The documents indicate that the pair would spend up to 3 hours at a time, in the office, alone and Bill O'Reilly of Fox, claims that the cheat "needs counselling."

Jilted lovers, Clinton (Bill), and Obama (Michelle), are said to be enraged by the affair. The two are thought to have fled to their respective health spa's, in search of "peace and quiet to gather their thoughts", as their PA's announced.

President Obama has enjoyed a turbulent relationship in office, with far-right Conservatives often criticising his socialist policies and Glenn Beck, of "Fox News", has branded the farce: "contemptible, and symptomatic of the ills in Modern America." Indeed, it is thought that news of the affair, could damage faith in his healthcare reforms.

Hillary Clinton released a statement "I did not have sexual relations with that man, President Obama." Obama, himself, declined to comment.

Gordon Brown, too, was unavailable for comment at time of press.

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