Obama dines with governors, possible successors

President Obama used a dinner for the nation’s governors on Sunday night to rib his fellow elected officials about their hopes to return to the White House — as president.

“Tonight, we want to make sure that all of you make yourselves at home, to which I’m sure some of you are thinking, ‘That’s been the plan all along,’” Obama quipped.

“But keep in mind what a wise man once wrote:  ‘I am more than contented to be governor and shall not care if I never hold another office,’” Obama continued. “Of course, that was Teddy Roosevelt. So I guess plans change.”

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