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President Obama’s Ex-Girlfriend, Genevieve Cook, Shares Some Intimate Details About Their Past One Year Relationship In College!

One of President Obama’s ex-girlfriends, Genevieve Cook, shared some intimate details about their relationship in a new book about titled, “Barack Obama: The Story,” written by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Maraniss.

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In his new biography of the president, author David Maraniss publishes love letters and journal entries from Genevieve Cook, who met the 22-year-old Obama at a New York Christmas party in 1983. Excerpts published in Vanity Fair offer a new glimpse into the president’s years after graduating from Columbia University.

During the course of their roughly year-long romantic relationship, Cook chronicled a man who was charming and intelligent, but also distant and emotionally unreachable.



Maraniss also writes:

Early in their relationship, Obama confessed to Cook how he searched for the “perfect ideal woman…at the expense of hooking up with available girls.” In her journal, Cook wrote: “I can’t help thinking that what he would really want, be powerfully drawn to, was a woman, very strong, very upright, a fighter, a laughter, well-experienced – a black woman I keep seeing her as.”


Watch the video below to hear more excerpts from the book:


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