Obama Exclusive: Barack Sits Down for First Interview Since Iowa Win

After pulling off a victory in Iowa, and with only two days before the New Hampshire primary, presidential hopeful Barack Obama, D-Ill., is on fire. He has become the lead topic on the political circuit, and some pundits think Obama has rival Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y. on edge.

The country will watch to see if the Illinois senator can pull off another win in the Granite State, and possibly become the man to beat for the Democratic nomination.

Watch "Good Morning America" Monday to catch Obama's interview with Diane Sawyer, his first sit-down discussion since his victory in the Hawkeye State.

In the interview, Sawyer asked Obama what he thought of how Clinton has been conducting her campaign:

Sawyer: "Do you get angry at her?"

Obama: "Not really. I find the manner in which they've been running their campaign sort of depressing, lately. It was interesting in the debate, Sen. Clinton saying 'don't feed the American people false hopes. Get a reality check, you know?' I mean, you can picture JFK saying, 'we can't go to the moon, it's a false hope. Let's get a reality check.' It's not, sort of, I think, what our tradition has been."

For the "GMA" interview, Obama will touch on his campaign hopes for New Hampshire, his debate performance, and he'll discuss what he really thinks of opponent and former first lady Clinton.

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