President Obama and his BlackBerry

The co-chairman of Obama's transition team argued that taking away the president's BlackBerry would hurt Obama as well as the country by separating the president from the people outside the Washington Beltway.
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( Stan Honda / AFP/Getty Images )

The co-chairman of Obama's transition team argued that taking away the president's BlackBerry would hurt Obama as well as the country by separating the president from the people outside the Washington Beltway.

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