You Made Me A Better Man - President Obama Writes Final Goodbye Letter To America





President Barack Obama has penned an enthusiastic open letter, saying thanks to Americans and urging them to take an interest into "day by day demonstrations of citizenship." 

"Before I leave my note for our 45th president, I needed to state one last thank you for the respect of serving as your 44th," he said. 

"Since all that I've learned in my time in office, I've gained from you. You improved me a president, and you improved me a man." 
The President reviewed tragedies, for example, the Charleston church slaughter and festivities, for example, military graduations. He likewise commended gay and lesbian Americans who now have their relational unions perceived and sick individuals who now have entry to medicinal services. 

Obama went ahead to test voters paying little mind to political association to confer themselves to enhancing the benefit of all, including that he will stay occupied with issues he thinks about in his post-White House life. 

"I'll be there ASAP with you at all times. What's more, when the curve of advance appears to be moderate, recall: America is not the venture of any one individual. The absolute most intense word in our majority rule government is "We." 'We the People.' 'We should beat.' Yes, we would," he be able to included.

Read the letter in full below courtesy of CNN

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