Barack Obama 's President Of The United States

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Barack Obama is the 44th president of the United States. He won presidency in 2008 while running against John McCain, then won re-election in 2012 while running against Mitt Romney. In this paper, I will be arguing his achievements and disappointments in his foreign and domestic policies, as well as what campaign promises he has kept or broken while president of the United States.

Obama 's foreign policy has been the policy of the United States since his administration was inaugurated into office in January of 2009. Hillary Clinton, who ran against Obama for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 2008, was appointed as Secretary of State. Massachusetts Senator John Kerry taking over in February of 2013. According to change.org, Obama’s foreign policy is; Barack Obama and Joe Biden will renew America’s security and standing in the world through a new era of American leadership. The Obama-Biden foreign policy will end the war in Iraq responsibly, finish the fight against the Taliban and al Qaeda in Afghanistan, secure nuclear weapons and loose nuclear materials from terrorists, and renew American diplomacy to support strong alliances and to seek a lasting peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Disappointments made with this foreign policy are failing to end the Iraq war, finishing the fight against the Taliban and al Qaeda, securing nuclear weapons and materials from terrorists, and supporting an alliance and seeking peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. While
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