Bio: Barack Obama

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On November 4, 2008, Barack Hussein Obama made history by becoming the first African-American to be elected President of the United States. It was a truly wonderful night for not only African-Americans but people all over the world. Obama’s win was proof that all individuals can achieve great things no matter what their ethnicity or social status. Biography‘s profile on Barack Obama is an informative documentary which chronicles the extraordinary life of our current President in vivid detail.

Obama’s journey is a truly amazing one, born in Honolulu to a black father and a white mother, he struggled in his high school years. He dabbled in drugs until he smartened up for college. After graduation from college, then law school, he started his political career in Chicago. From lawyering to securing a seat in the Senate, he gained not only professional experience but won the hearts of the everyman and woman which helped him gain momentum to guarantee his spot in the Oval Office.

Barack Obama: From His Childhood to the Presidency is a terrific documentary which details the life of one of history’s most inspiring individuals. People all over the world owe it to themselves to watch this wonderful program. Obama is a truly charismatic and intelligent man. He won the Presidency not only because he’s a good speaker but because his ideals are those that everyone can identify with. Learning the background of this brilliant leader is truly great and very easy to do with this simple and straightforward program.

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