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Obama turns 51 today: Golf, Camp David

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WASHINGTON--President Barack Obama turns 51 on Saturday and started the day by playing golf before departing for Camp David, where he will spend the night.

According to the pool report, Obama left the White House at "8:23 a.m. and arrived Andrews Air Force Base at 8:47 a.m. No word yet on who is playing with the president.

Also a WH official says the president will depart for Camp David, Md. from Andrews later today.

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WASHINGTON--President Barack Obama turns 51 on Saturday and is marking the day by playing golf before departing for Camp David.

According to the pool report, Obama left "the White House at 8:23 a.m. and arrived Andrews Air Force Base at 8:47 a.m. No word yet on who is playing with the president. Also a WH official says the president will depart for Camp David, Md. from Andrews later today."

Meanwhile, over at the campaign, the team has been using Obama's birthday to spur low-dollar donations via a series of on-line ads that have been running for weeks--including one up today urging people to sign a birthday card for the president.

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