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"Leaving Office" Transcript
Diana Walker:

The last picture in my book, which is a very unusual picture, I—of a President—and it's my picture—I, nobody else has it, and it is as—as are all the pictures on the boat, all these black and white pictures are exclusively mine, because I did so much behind the scenes with them. But it is a picture of a president leaving office. And granted, it was raining and it was cold, it's still an expression on a man's face after eight years, walking to the plane that's going to take him to private life, that I think is unforgettable. So I like that picture a lot. I'm proud of it, and that's why it's in the book.

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