by Ritwik Naidu
9:55pm, 2nd September, 2016
January 20, 2009, a day which is remembered as one of the phenomenal frontiers in the history of America. Yes, Barack Obama was welcomed as the 44th President of The United States Of America with open arms. The very persistent fact that America elected its first Non-White President shows how America feels for unity and diversity.
As U.S.A 2016 elections are nearing, it makes not only the Americans, but also his admirers realise that what a mesmerising and magnetic personality he is. A man like him is a pioneer who was always there as an inspiring figure.
One of the best things about Obama which I personally like is the way he connected with whomsoever he came across. The way he connected with the youth was so eclectic that he never had a one-way perspective about how he made way for neutral solutions. His ideology of progress as a nation was magnanimous and revering.
On an official note, Obama in his first term as a president focussed on global financial crisis, to reform health care, extension of Bush tax cuts and the end of a major US military presence in Iraq. As of his Second term, he took steps to combat climate change and signing an executive orders to a major international climate agreement.
From an Indian perspective, since Obama as the President, he has maintained great and healthy relations with India. The way it has been scrutinised and maintained just proves one of his ideologies of ‘All for one and one for all.’
On January 20th 2017, Barack Obama is going to bow down and bid adieu to the most cherished and enthralled 7 years of his life. I can’t give the benefit of the doubt that any other man (or woman) like him will create a turn-out for America as he did.
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