President Obama will hold his first White House news conference since March today at 1:30 p.m. ET.
He is likely to face questions on the scandal surrounding ex-CIA chief David Petraeus and the fallout that has put the promotion of Gen. John Allen on hold, the looming mass tax hikes combined with cuts to spending and benefits due to hit January 1, and the agenda for his second term.
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