Barack Obama said thanks to Americans in his farewell speech

The president Barack Obama reaffirmed his faith in the ability of all Americans to bring the national change in the country, when he was speaking in his farewell functions on Tuesday at Chicago.

On Tuesday Obama returned to Chicago, with just ten days left in his second term as president and thanked to several thousand people, who was waiting for Barack Obama.

He said, "My fellow Americans", the Michelle and I have been so touched by all well-wishes we have received over the past few weeks, But tonight the time have came to say thanks to all of you.

Barack Obama said, Yes the progress in the country has been uneven. The work of democracy has always been hard, contentious and sometimes also bloody. It often feels we take one step back, for every two steps forward. But the America's long sweep has been defined by forward motion, a constant widening of our founding creed to embrace all, and not just some people.

He also said the change is only possible, when ordinary people get involved in the development.


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