Barack (Hussein), Jr [buh-rahk hoo-seyn] /bəˈrɑk huˈseɪn/ (Show IPA), born 1961, 44th president of the U.S. since 2009.
President Obama is certainly trying to curb the military’s expenditures—how could he not?
Obama: More Nixon Than Carter Melik Kaylan September 24, 2010
Just a week ago, Obama took center stage at the U.N. General Assembly and did nothing closely resembling “rooting” for America.
Obama’s Strange Trip Nicolle Wallace September 29, 2009
“Of course, Obama will not willingly obey the law of the people,” Klayman wrote at the website Renew America.
Fringe Factor: Halt Teen Pregnancy Without Birth Control Caitlin Dickson September 28, 2013
But maybe, says Michael Tomasky, Obama is seeking a different kind of victory.
Obama’s 2024 Strategy Michael Tomasky February 13, 2013
Ben LaBolt, an Obama campaign spokesman, said that the economy has been improving since Obama took office, and voters know that.
GOP Prepares Softer Strategy in Obama Attack Daniel Stone May 21, 2012
But it also appears that, as one Chicago election official put it, “excitement is building” for Obama.
Democrats Showing Momentum in Early Voting James Warren October 25, 2012
Rush Limbaugh only needed four little words to express his wish for the Obama administration: I hope he fails.
John McCain: Sore Loser? The Daily Beast Video August 2, 2009
Ryan accused Obama of trying to “dodge and demagogue” the debt problem he created.
Paul Ryan’s Wonky Assault on President Obama at the Republican Convention Howard Kurtz August 29, 2012
Obama was going to respond to Romney’s attacks today in Florida, but now he’s not giving a partisan speech.
A Potentially Pivotal Week Michael Tomasky July 19, 2012
But a second, more pragmatic Obama has also been on display, more Henry Kissinger-realist than McGovernik-romantic.
Hagel Is The Wrong Choice Gil Troy December 13, 2012
Barack (Hussein) (bəˈrɑːk). born 1961, US Democrat politician: 44th president of the US from 2009
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