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2016 US Elections (11): Obama at work/play … with kids, photos worth sharing – Huffington Post

July 28, 2016

USA

Millions have read Michelle Obama’s rousing speech to support Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid at the Democrats’ big Do in Philadelphia. At the bottom of the speech on The Huffington Post is tucked the lead-in to a spectacular gallery of Obama – the president, that is – with kids across America … On his back, looking into Ella Rhodes eyes in the Oval Office, and

from him with little Prince George

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President Barack Obama with First Lady Michelle Obama meets Prince George the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch at Kensington Palace in London April 22, 2016. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

to a selfie session with two excited brothers,

to happy 1 year-old Alya Bitar, daughter of a White House staffer,

to 9-month old Josephine Gronniger,

And three excited little girls.

to a little girl learning to walk in the Oval Office

And, finally here, a loving gesture by one of her two daughters who had stopped by the Oval Office –

Check out all 60 photographs and marvel at Obama’s ability to connect – including with kids who haven’t even mastered walking – in this collection by Huffington Post.  TOLA.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/michelle-obama-speech_us_5796e893e4b02d5d5ed2b208?slideshow=true#gallery/57631436e4b0fbbc8be9cf79/0

THURSDAY, JULY 28, 2016. 2:25 p.m. [GMT]

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2 Comments on “2016 US Elections (11): Obama at work/play … with kids, photos worth sharing – Huffington Post”

  1. Remi Omodele Says:

    Such a pleasure to see this man totally happy and comfortable! History will judge him as probably the kindest and smartest man to have ever taken this office…

    Thanks for sending these beautiful photos our way, Sister. Ric thoroughly enjoyed them, and they made my day.

    Love to you and Uncle, Remi

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    • emotan77 Says:

      Dear Remi,

      Thank you v much. I agree; history will be kind to Barrack Obama not just for the dignity he brought to the office but for the leadership he provided during the financial mess he met and showed surefootedness in facing head on despite naysayers about the auto industry, et cetera in resolving. And of course his history-making victory at the polls to win the presidency is a boost and shining example not only to African-Americans but to other minorities and others from non-privileged backgrounds that the American Dream is achievable for those who dare to dream and put in the effort to work towards personal goals.

      Greetings,
      TOLA.

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