Posted: May 02, 20107:00 pm Eastern
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A new book released today uncovers for the first time where and how President Obama first met Weather Underground terrorist-group founder William Ayers â€“ and it is much earlier than previously believed.
The book reveals the two were brought together by a student of radical community organizer Saul Alinsky, whose name, it has emerged, was obscured in Obama's autobiography "Dreams from My Father."
The new book, "The Manchurian President: Barack Obama's Ties to Communists, Socialists and other Anti-American Extremists," charges Obama has deep ties to an anti-American extremist nexus that has been instrumental not only in building his political career but in crafting current White House policy.
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The book exposes an extremist coalition of communists, socialists and other radicals working both inside and outside the administration to draft and advance current White House policy goals.
With more than 800 citations, the brand new, autographed title from WND senior reporter and WABC Radio host Aaron Klein bills itself as the most exhaustive investigation ever performed into Obama's political background and radical ties. Klein's co-author is historian and researcher Brenda J. Elliott.
Of all Obama's radical associates from the past, few received more attention or were as shocking as his connection to Ayers.
Until now, it has been known Obama launched his political career at a 1995 fundraiser in Ayers' Chicago apartment and that the two served alongside each other from 1995 to 2000 on a hundred-million-dollar education foundation, the Chicago Annenberg Challenge.