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    Obama!!!

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    Obama!!! David Sedaris Presidential elections are a very big deal in America. Most people have a very strong opinion about whom they think should win, and very few don’t care at all. The months before an election you would have to be both blind and deaf if you didn’t know the election was going on. Signs banners etc are all over peoples’ front yards, it’s all they talk about on TV and radio, and debates and discussions are started within classrooms. The election in 2008 was a very big deal. America

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    Background. Hillary Clinton was appointed as secretary of state by The President Barack Obama and served from 2009 through 2013. Her email difficulties began during initial tenure as secretary of state (Eugene, 2016). She contended on using her personal BlackBerry phone for all her email communications, but she was not permitted to take the phone into Mahogany Row office which is a secure space (Eugene, 2016). This was very frustrating for Clinton, as secretary of state; she needed to manage a flood

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    President Barack Obama continued this tradition in his final State of the Union Address to Congress and the American citizens on January 12, 2016. In his desire to create a legacy that reached beyond his administration, President Obama focused on four key topics for America 's future: opportunity in the future economy; utilizing technology for progress; keeping America safe while regulating foreign policy? and reforming American politics for future administrations. Although President Obama 's 2016 address

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    compared to President Trump. Barack Obama was the 44th president of the United States of America, he was the first African-American to serve in office. Obama's presidency lasted from 2008-2012, he is a member of the Democratic Party. Obama was a state senator, keynote senator, and a U.S senator before becoming the President of the United States. Trump and Obama are both Protestant Christians they believe that Jesus is the key to all salvation. Donald Trump and Barack Obama are different as Trump is an aggressive

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    She also became the first wife of a president and woman to be a U.S senator, representing New York (bio). In 2007, Clinton announced her run for presidency a first time but ended up dropping out of the nomination because Barack Obama had majority vote (bio). When Barack Obama became president he appointed Hillary Clinton the 67th U.S secretary of state from 2009 to 2013 (bio). Now she’s in the running for presidency again alongside representative candidate Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton has made many

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    Obama A Hero

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    many of us but a villain to others. Last term’s president was viewed as a hero by many people due to his actions but others thought of him as a villain due to having opposing views. Elected on November 2008, Barack Obama became president and remained president for eight years. Barack Obama has helped millions of people with actions and is considered a hero to many of them. One of the many reasons why he can be viewed as a hero would be his selflessness. As any other ordinary person, he did make mistakes

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    Since this is President Obama last term as president; everybody is trying to run for it now. People believe they can do a better job then President Obama. President Obama assumed the office as the 44th president of the United States on January 20, 2009. President Obama accomplished a lot during both terms as president. President Obama has “passed health care reform and expanded national service. President Barack Obama term is coming to an end and there are some people that believe they can do better

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    Barack Obama

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    Barack Obama The President Of the United States Biography Barack Hussein Obama II, born August 4, 1961, a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, is the 44th and current president of the United States. For your information, he is also the first African American to hold the office. He was a community organizer in Chicago before earning his law degree. He also worked as civil-rights lawyer and teacher before pursuing a political career. He was later elected to the Illinois State

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    Obama Achievements

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    The interviewee told me that when Obama was elected as the first Black American president of US not only the African Americans who cheered but also people from various ethnic backgrounds including the Asians, Whites and the Arabs. They were happy because they could see a change, whereby the world would change from a racial kind of leadership to a kind of leadership which recognized every person from different ethnic groups to be having the ability to offer a good leadership. Before, people thought

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    Rhetoric Of Obama

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    America as we probably am aware it- - affluent, effective, confident - is not what Obama needs. He needs a little America, a poorer America, an America not able to apply its will, an America upbeat to be one power among numerous, an America in decay so that different countries may rise- - all for the sake of worldwide reasonableness. To Obama, the loathed "one percent" isn't quite recently affluent Americas; it is America itself. In Obama's view, America should be brought down a peg. That is the

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