Obama: My Cabinet Would Be Bipartisan

When asked to complete the sentence "On Nov. 5, I'm so happy I won't have to...," Obama laughed and said, "Pack. I am so tired of packing. ... I'm so tired of not having breakfast with my girls. You know, waking up and hearing their chatter -- sometimes, they'll crawl into bed with Michelle and me and they're bouncing around and poking and prodding you and telling you about what's going to happen in their day. Then going downstairs and fixing them some waffles or something. That is -- that is the sweetest of moments. And I haven't had enough of those over the last two years."

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