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Dec

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Watch The Full Eulogy Speech That President Obama Gave Today At Nelson Mandela’s Memorial Service

And if you missed the Obama speech pundits are lauding as the best he’s given since his election speech in 2008, here it is again in full.

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U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Cuban President Raul Castro at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela. (via)

U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Cuban President Raul Castro at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela. (via)

20

Nov

The Obamas and Clintons honor President Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery. (via)

The Obamas and Clintons honor President Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery. (via)

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Aug

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Apr

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Feb

TPM: Obama’s Family Tree

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Nov

apsies:

Aung San Suu Kyi hugs Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton after shaking hands with President Obama in the driveway of her home in Rangoon, Burma on Monday. Obama made history by becoming the first U.S. president to visit the nation. Post reporter @DavidNakamura took this photo and described it as a long, emotional embrace. (via washingtonpost on Instagram)

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Aung San Suu Kyi hugs Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton after shaking hands with President Obama in the driveway of her home in Rangoon, Burma on Monday. Obama made history by becoming the first U.S. president to visit the nation. Post reporter @DavidNakamura took this photo and described it as a long, emotional embrace. (via washingtonpost on Instagram)

05

Nov

In case you were still agonizing over what to get me for my birthday, a vote for this guy will do.

In case you were still agonizing over what to get me for my birthday, a vote for this guy will do.

03

Nov

FOUR MORE YEARS.

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Oct

For four years, his most acute frustration with Obama has been over his inability or unwillingness to make the case for his achievements, to sell them to the country. Now Clinton saw an opportunity, and even a responsibility, to remedy the shortcoming. As he was brainstorming the speech, Clinton chanted one sentence like a mantra: “People need education, not eloquence.