Nevada and North Carolina are also in play for both Obama
yesterday unleashed Bill Clinton as his secret weapon as he nosed ahead days before the US election.
BY commanding the response to a ferocious October storm a week before the election, Mr Obama
is employing a political advantage in the race to be president - the fact that he is the president.
, the eldest daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama
, has been thrust in the media spotlight following her father's presidential reign.
Bu the writer was none other than former US First Lady Michelle Obama
Bush playfully gave former First Lady Michelle Obama
a piece of candy during Senator John McCain's funeral - sending social media into meltdown.
[U.S.A.], July 30 (ANI): Former United States President Barack Obama
and first lady Michelle Obama
were spotted dancing at a concert of singers Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z in Landover, Maryland on Saturday night.
figure By JUSTUS OCHIENG' On any other day during the Fifa World Cup fiesta, KOgelo, a Siaya village in football-crazy western Kenya, would be abuzz with pundits, wagers, and the occasional tiffs between supporters of rival teams.This is not the case this year as football competes for attention with of excitement surrounding the second coming of KOgelos most famous son, former United States President Barack Obama
, on July 17.That is except for one man, another Obama
called Malik, who has found little worth of adoration in his step brothers globally acclaimed achievements.
In response to Charles Falk's article in the Daily Herald: to say that Obama
's name could be interjected in place of Trump's derogatory adjectives is ludicrous.
Much of the political commentary since the US presidential election has focused on two groups of party switchers: those who voted for Barack Obama
in 2012 and Donald Trump in 2016 and those who voted for Mitt Romney in 2012 and Hillary Clinton in 2016.
But afterDonald Trumptook over as President, Obama
was left to figure out how to spend his time away from the White House.
PRINCE Harry has interviewed Barack Obama
for BBC Radio 4's Today programme.