Would you have ever imagined that there would be an African-American president, leading the United States? On August 4th, 1961; Barack Obama was brought into the world. Michelle Obama is Barack’s wife; Barack has 2 daughters with Michelle; Sasha and Malia. One of his most famous quotes is, “Change doesn't come from Washington. Change comes to Washington.” His collegiate days were diverse. Although, he has committed a few mistakes in his presidency; Barack Obama has accomplished plenty remarkable feats in his career. He is also a best-selling author for writing The Audacity of Hope. As a young adult, his efforts to study hard paid off and later became the President of the United States.
Barrack Obama has had a distinct college experience. Barack attended two different colleges before graduating with a magna cum laude in Harvard. At Occidental College, he studied political science for 2 years; afterward, transferring to Columbia University to complete his studies and get his degree on political science. 5 years later, Obama went back to his studies and chose to attend Harvard Law School where he became the first African-American in the Harvard Law Review to be an editor. Barack later wrote two books after graduating from Harvard.
Barack Obama has written two books during his life. He wrote his first book, Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance back in 1995. Later on in 2006, Obama wrote The Audacity of Hope which became an instant best-seller after appearing on The Oprah Winfrey Show. In conclusion, the two books he wrote were one of the few accomplishments Barack attained.
The accomplishments that Barack has achieved are abundant. Barack graduated from Harvard with a magna cum laude honor. Winning the presidential election in 2008, he became the first African-American President of the United States. In 2009, Barack won the Nobel Peace Prize. After receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, Obama stated, “I receive this honor...
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