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POTUS weighs in on LeBron James's return to Cleveland

"It's going to be brutal," President Barack Obama said of Miami Heat star LeBron James' return tonight to Cleveland -- the town he spurned for Miami.

The remarks came as about a dozen reporters waiting for a background briefing on tax issues bumped into POTUS and VPOTUS outside the Oval Office.

Obama knows brutal: he got 12 stitches in the lip when he took an elbow to the face during a post-Thanksgiving Day basketball game. He returned to the court Sunday with two players less likely to throw an injurious elbow: his daughters, Sasha and Malia.

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