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Barack Hussein Obama II (reportedly born in Honolulu, Hawaii on August 4, 1961) was the 44th President of the United States.Elected to serve as America first "post-racial" president, race relations largely deteriorated under President Obama's leadership. In a paper he wrote as a student, he dismissed the American dream as "unfounded optimism" while noting that Donald Trump is the true idol of the American working class.

His mother, Ann Dunham, was born on an Army base in Wichita, Kansas, during World War II.

Obama dedicated himself to promoting abortion—rather than reduce them as he promised.

Just to name a few of the administrative actions by which he has done this would include expanding abortions through Obamacare, appointing many pro-abortion judges and officials, moving to strip medical professionals of rights of conscience, and forcing taxpayers to support the pro-abortion movement around the globe.

And now, in a new book titled ‘Barack Obama: The Story’ written by David Maraniss we get to hear about how Barack Obama was writing intellectual love letters to his white female college classmates in his pre-Michelle Obama days.

The fact that Obama dated a white woman shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone–Obama admitted as much about himself in his autobiography “Dreams from my Father: A story of race and inheritance.” And since Barack has a white mother I don’t think it can be surprising that he, at the very least, wasn’t prejudiced against dating white women. Had Barack married one of the white women he dated would he have become president? Yeah, everybody was drinking the ‘hope and change’ koolaid when Barack was running his election campaign and plenty of people would have voted for a ham sandwich rather than elect another Republican after Bush, but Barack received a tremendous amount of support from black people, black women in particular–a first.