That is the reality Obama discovered when he entered the Oval Office.
On the third day of violence, President Bush addressed the nation in a televised appearance from the Oval Office.
His Oval Office radio addresses were famously labeled “Fireside Chats” and he called listening citizens “my friends.”
In his first address from the Oval Office, Barack Obama was forceful and focused; comfortable yet commanding.
Small problem: These are the same voters who broke with more than two centuries of Oval Office white men by electing Obama.
In came Woodrow Wilson, and ever since, we've had not a single moustache, of understanding or otherwise, in the Oval Office.
In short, Americans deserve an Oval Office address from President Obama on Afghanistan and our way forward.
But for Haim Saban, it took a one-on-one meeting in the Oval Office with Presdent Obama.
Richard Nixon and LBJ sat in the Senate before they sat in the Oval Office.
From Harrison Ford to Jack Nicholson, many actors have taken a spin in the Oval Office.