(Bloomberg) -- Patrick Festa says that after President Barack Obama left his Scranton, Pa., home following a November 2011 visit, things got “a little creepy.”
Friends and neighbors flocked to the house to pose for pictures in the dining room chair where Obama sat for lunch before giving a speech urging a payroll tax-cut extension. Festa and his wife, Donna, kept the president’s used teacup and napkin in the same spot for “too long.”
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