President Obama at Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Dinner
President Obama was introduced with a video tribute.
President Obama delivered the keynote address at the 46th Annual Legislative Conference Phoenix Awards Dinner of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Dinner. This was his seventh and final appearance as president, and he talked about ending his term and the accomplishments of his administration. He talked about the necessity of continuing struggles and the importance of the coming elections. He told the audience that he would consider it a “personal insult” if the African-American community failed to turn out and vote in the presidential election. He also joked about the so-called “birther” issue once advanced by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump that questioned the president’s place of birth.
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