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The Life Story of Barack Obama

Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States and the first African American president, was elected over Senator John McCain of Arizona on November 4, 2008. Obama, a former senator from Illinois whose campaign’s slogan was “Change we can believe in” and “Yes we can,” was subsequently elected to a second term over Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.

  5 months ago ago
The Life Story of Barack Obama

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Joe Biden wins the America Presidential election

With the triumph in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden will be the 46th leader of the United States with more than 270 constituent school votes.  Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., the previous VP made sure about the situation on Saturday when the 20 Electoral College votes from Pennsylvania pushed Biden over the 270-vote finish line.  Biden, who will turn 78 in the not so distant future, will be the most established man actually to be initiated as president when he makes the vow of office on January 20, 2021.  Preceding 2016,

  1 year ago ago
Joe Biden wins the America Presidential election

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George Walker Bush Is Never Accepting Trump's Claim Of Fraud But Joe Biden For Victorious Lead.

The former president says 'this election was fundamentally fair' and 'its outcome is clear,' becoming one of the most prominent Republican Party figures to reject President Trump’s efforts to contest the outcome of the election through baseless allegations of fraud. President Bush is among a small group of well known Republicans who have accepted Biden’s victory after all major networks calling the race on Saturday. Senator Mitt Romney who lost to former President Obama and Biden in 2012, called Biden and

  1 year ago ago
George Walker Bush Is Never Accepting Trump's Claim Of Fraud But Joe Biden For Victorious Lead.

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Donald Trump Refuses To Promise Peaceful Transfer Of Power Should He Lose November Elections

Reports currently gathered from the United States indicates that Donald Trump on September 23, 2020, refused to guarantee that he will transfer power should he loose in the upcoming November elections. Donald Trump was asked at a White House press conference on whether he is indeed committed to handing over peacefully should he loose the election and this is what he had to say; “Well. we’re going to have to see what happens”.   The statement he made has raised some serious concerns from his very own party

  1 year ago ago
Donald Trump Refuses To Promise Peaceful Transfer Of Power Should He Lose November Elections