President Obama: memorable moments

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The speech President Obama said after the announcement of Osama Bin Laden’s death, reminded us that we are not at war with Islam, but the terrorists that killed Americans on 9/11.

Chris Guerrero

For some of us teens, President Obama is the first President we have seen through all eight years in office. Here are some of the best moments of his Presidency:
Funny moments:

1.

When he joined twitter and tweeted for the first time.

2.

When he made fun of the 2016 Presidential candidates at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner. With jokes such as, “You’ve got to admit it, though. Hillary trying to appeal to young voters is a little bit like your relative who just signed up for Facebook. ‘Dear America: Did you get my poke?” President Obama said.

3.

When he met the 106 year old woman, Virginia McLaurin, who was eager to meet him. He even asked for the secret on how to live to the age of 106 years.

4.

When President Obama and Vice President Biden made friendship bracelets for each other, creating the best meme outbreak of 2016.

5.

Obama’s dad jokes he would make around his daughters at the annual turkey pardoning, such as, “He is TOTUS, the Turkey of the United States,” and, “It’s hard to believe this is my seventh year of pardoning a turkey. Time flies, but turkeys don’t.”

Serious moments:

6.

The sad and somber speech he made shortly after the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting. He described the life these kids and teachers had ahead of them, which were cut short. He inspired the United States to unite together and grieve with the families of those who fell due to a school shooter.

7.

The speech President Obama said after the announcement of Osama Bin Laden’s death, reminded us that we are not at war with Islam, but the terrorists that killed Americans on 9/11.

8.

When he and V.P. Joe Biden went to pay respects for the victims of the gay club shooting at Pulse in Orlando. As he did during the Sandy Hook shooting, he reminded the United States to come together to grieve with the families of those whose lives were cut short.

Overall: 

9.

Being able to clean up much of the mess the Bush administration left and dealing with lots of the stress the “haters” put on him.

  President Obama has left lots of legacies and actions future presidents will have a tough time to live up to. Most of us will miss President Obama and many will remember these moments.