NRO's Jim Geraghty has been pulling excerpts of the latest Obama book for the Campaign Spot.
He's made it to page 159, with a passage about the Nobel Peace Prize ceremonies in 2009.
The trip spurred a thought the Obamas and their friends would voice to each other again and again as the president’s popularity continued to decline: the American public just did not appreciate their exceptional leader. The president “could get 70 or 80 percent of the vote anywhere but the U.S.” [President Obama's old friend] Marty Nesbitt told [another old friend of Obama] Eric Whitaker indignantly.”
Just think - next year he'll have plenty of time to hang with his friends around the world.