Barrack Obama

Barrack Hussein Obama

1961 - Present

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44th and Current President of the United States of America

U S Presidents ... Arican Americans

Barry Obama was born to students attending University in Hawaii, which had recently become a state of the United States.

Barry's father returned to Kenya, became a government official who died some years later.

In the meantime, Barry's mother remarried and moved to Indonesia.

After his mother's death, he returned to the US to live with his grandmother in Kansas. He graduated from xxxx high school in city, KA.

By the time Barry graduated from college and had some years practicing law and teaching constitutional law.

In 2004, he ran a campaign for election to the state legislature in Illinois.

Barrack, as he was now called, did not win the election to the state legislature, but shortly thereafter, he was elected State Senator for his district in Illinois.

After three terms as an Illinois State Senator, he ran for US Senator, and won.

Three years into his first term in the US Senate, he decided to run for President.

He campaigned hard, and going into the Democratic Convention of 2008 was ahead in the polls.

Barrack Hussein Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton showed their best stuff, and Obama was chosen as the Candidate.

In the national Campaign, Barrack faced John McCain, a Vietnam era hero.

Barrack Hussein Obama won the popular vote and enough electoral votes to win the presidency.

On January 20, 2009, Barrack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States of America.

With his Caucasion mother and African father, he was the first African-American President!

Despite gossip about his identity, he struggled to put into practices the promises he'd may in his campaign.


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Page created December 23, 2011. Anne Pemberton. Updated Mon, Feb 13, 2012. AP.