The Amateur - Part I, Chicago, That Toddlin' Town, Chapters 1-4, Hollow at the Core, A Ghostly Presence, Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Chicago, That Toddlin' Town, Chapters 1-4, Hollow at the Core, A Ghostly Presence, Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 1, Klein introduces the reader to Dr. David Scheiner, Barack Obama's personal physician for twenty-two years. Schenier's an unreconstructed leftist, and supports a single-payer health insurance plan. To Klein's surprise, Scheiner is a significant Obama critic. He both criticizes Obamacare for having no cost control mechanisms and argues that Obama's healthcare experts are not sufficiently knowledgeable. It's clear, also, that Klein nurses a grudge against Obama becayse he was not invited to his inauguration. Finally, he comments that he never got to know Obama after twenty-two years. Obama was always gracious and polite, but he was also private. Schenier says that this is due to his overly academic, University of Chicago-style persona...

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