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Obama 100 days quiz

President Obama is about to celebrate his first 100 days in office. Just how much do you remember the events dominating that period?

Test your knowledge in our quiz.

When you've got your result, why not e-mail the quiz to your friends to see how they measure up?

Question 1
How did Mr Obama describe his maiden flight in Air Force One?
A: A cool spin
B: A way-out trip
C: A spiffy ride
Question 2
Which was the first country Obama visited as president?
A: Britain
B: Canada
C: Mexico
Question 3
A document leaked in March suggested that the Obama administration's fight against terrorism should be know as OCO rather than GWOT. GWOT is the Global War On Terror. What is OCO?
A: Overseas Contingency Operation
B: Overseas Containment Operation
C: Overseas Combat Operation
Question 4
Also in March, the Obama administration had a high-level spat with Mexico. What was it about?
A: Opening US roads to Mexican truckers
B: Opening Mexican roads to US truckers
C: The problem of drugs-related violence spilling across the Mexican border
Question 5
What was the first bill Mr Obama signed into law?
A: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
B: The Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility Safe Closure Act
C: The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act
Question 6
For which form of transport has Mr Obama announced an $8bn investment package?
A: Planes
B: Trains
C: Automobiles
Question 7
Which of these were the Obamas the first presidential couple to host at the White House?
A: A Passover meal
B: A rock festival
C: A basketball tournament
Question 8
Mr Obama dedicated the month of March to the heritage of which group of Americans?
A: Irish
B: African
C: Hispanic
Question 9
At the recent Summit of the Americas attended by Mr Obama, Hugo Chavez announced the return of an island near Philadelphia to the US as a goodwill gesture. What did Mr Chavez say it should be used for?
A: Environmental conservation
B: Social housing projects
C: Public baseball fields
Question 10
Celebrities have been lining up to pay their respects to Barack Obama. Who recently said he discussed fighting malaria in Africa with White House staff?
A: Pop sensation Usher
B: Golf great Tiger Woods
C: Acting legend Brad Pitt

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