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Life comes a full circle: Obama to deliver farewell address in Chicago on January 10

DNA Monday, 2 January 2017
 US President Barack Obama will deliver a farewell address on January 10 to reflect on his time in office and say thank you to his supporters, he said in an email statement released on Monday.

Obama, noting that the first president of the United States, George Washington, had penned a farewell address in 1796, said he would...
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