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What his visitor, making light of his attack, perversely told him was that he was, much rather, "blue" enough, and from causes doubtless known to himself -- which didn't come to the same thing; but he "gave him something," prescribed him warmth and quiet and broth and courage, and came back the next day as to readminister this last dose.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts was called to the White House to readminister the oath of office after flubbing the lines the day before.
Out of an abundance of caution, Obama also welcomed Chief Justice John Roberts to the White House to readminister the oath of office after the two men fumbled some of the wording during Tuesday's inaugural proceedings.
President Obama hauled Chief Justice Roberts in to readminister the presidential oath to compensate for having screwed it up the first time.