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U.S. President Obama

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Barack Hussein Obama, a US Democratic politician and the 44th President of the United States, was the first African-American president in American history. Obama's life experience was complicated. He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA on August 4, 1961. His father was a student from Kenya and his mother was a white man in Kansas. The two of them met during their time at the University of Hawaii. Since his father went to Harvard University to study, Obama was raised by his mother. When Obama was two years old, his parents’ marriage broke down. In his youth, Obama was very inferior because of his multi-ethnic background. After a ridiculous day, he became an unrelenting "rebellious boy." It is not his parents who have profoundly influenced him, but his grandfather Stanley Emmer Dunham and his grandmother Stanley Ann Dunham; famous black poets, journalists and American left-wing activists Frank Michel Davis is also a person who has profoundly influenced Young Obama. In the 1960s, Davis became a frequent visitor to Obama's family.

After arriving in the United States, Obama first studied at the Western Academy in Los Angeles, California for two years, during which he published the poem "Lao" in the "banquet" magazine, which was later reprinted by the "New Yorker" magazine and widely circulated. "The most reflects his spiritual development in his youth." In 1988, he entered Harvard Law School, majoring in law. In February 1990, he was nationally recognized for his first time as the first African-American president to be selected as the Harvard Law Review. In 1991, he received a "Excellent" Ph.D. in Harvard. In 1992, Obama married Michelle of the school and later had two daughters. The two worked for the same law firm in Chicago, and then wrote the autobiographical memoir "Father's Dream" and published it in the United States.

In the 2004 parliamentary elections, Obama was elected to the Senate. In February 2007, Obama officially announced his candidacy for the presidency. In the campaign, he adopted the theme of "change", emphasized the end of the Iraq war, the realization of energy self-sufficiency to stop tax cuts and popularize medical insurance, and promised to achieve unity of the party, rebuild alliances in the international arena, and restore US leadership. On November 4, 2008, preliminary statistics released by major US television networks showed that the US Democratic presidential candidate, Illinois Senator Barack Obama defeated Republican opponent, Arizona Senator John McCain, in the presidential election. The election of the 44th President of the United States is a foregone conclusion and the first African-American president in American history. On November 7, 2012, the current US President Barack Obama’s supporters participated in the election night gathering in Chicago, where Obama’s headquarters was headquartered. US President Barack Obama won more than 270 electoral votes in the US presidential election held on November 6th, local time. The re-election of the president is a foregone conclusion.

On the evening of January 10, 2017, US President Barack Obama returned to his second hometown of Chicago to deliver a farewell speech at the Lakeside Convention Center in McCormick Place. In his speech, Obama called on the United States to bridge the split and unite. Obama believes that racial issues remain a factor in the division of the United States, and he called on whites to understand the efforts of ethnic minorities to fight for equality. Obama said that the international situation in the early 21st century was grim, the economy was sluggish, inequality was intensified, the demographic structure was changing, and terrorism was lingering. In the face of these long-term problems, "no one has a quick solution." He warned that the next wave of economic turmoil is not from overseas, but from the unemployment boom caused by machine automation, so it is especially necessary to form a new social contract to ensure education and other livelihoods. In his speech, Obama cited the achievements of the eight-year term: economic recovery, employment growth, the introduction of health care reform bills, climate change, and the development of renewable energy. Compared with history, the murder crime rate is at a low level. A local poll released on the 9th said that when he retired, Obama’s support rate among the American people was 57%, and opponents accounted for 37%, but the party’s opinion was clearly divided.

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