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Barack Obama in just days will be leaving office as President of the United States, to begin a new life altogether. It is, however, very appalling to know that throughout the eight years of his reign, Mr. Obama, notwithstanding his countless achievements, has been one of most [obstinately] affronted, misrepresented and miscomprehended men in the history of American presidents.
The other day, January 10, 2017 as US President delivered his farewell speech, the goodbye photo clearly only showed 18-year-old Malia Obama on stage with mum and dad, Michelle and Barack, but there’s no sign of her 15-year-old sister.
Everyone was wondering where Malia was, and social media went crazy over the same.
However, BBC finally ascertained where Sasha Obama was while her dad delivered his farewell speech to the nation.
It turns out, according to the grapevine, that she stayed in Washington because she had an exam at Sidwell Friends private school on Wednesday morning.
Having inherited an economy that was on the brink of total collapse, Barack Obama’s job as newly elected President of the United States was evidently a tough one.
But he plodded eight years nevertheless; came face to face with racism, joblessness, class stratification, political dreadlock in Washington, home-bred terrorism and gun violence. He grappled with it all, and last night, Tuesday, January 10, 2017 delivered his farewell address to the nation in Chicago and he was a proud man.
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