Former President Obama appeared on the television specialist on the 17th television show over the weekend to say that ensuring democracy “continues to function effectively” as the United States becomes increasingly diverse is a masterpiece. things that “kept him up into the night.”
While showing an episode of the ABC documentary series “Soul of a Nation” titled “Juneteenth: Together We Triumph,” Obama was asked by host Michael Strahan, “What does keep you up at night, and what does you most most glad? ”
“How can we refresh and update our democracy so that it can continue to be so effective that we can become a more diverse society?” Obama responded in response to the first question, according to The Hill. “How do we make sure that if you work well in this country, you can handle it?”
Obama went on to add that his children Malia and Sasha are the happiest people in life. She bragged about two young women joining a racial justice protest last summer following the police assassination of George Floyd, raising fervent calls for police reform and end of police brutality.
“I’m proud that they participated in some of the protests, not in a high profile way, because they didn’t want to use their quasi-celebrity as a way to lead the parade, but as workers behind the scenes. of the scenes, ”the former chief explained.“ That’s part of why I’m optimistic, because I see this future generation to come. ”- READ MORE
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