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The Obama Foundation 11h
"I believe in Nelson Mandela’s vision. I believe in a vision shared by Gandhi and King and Abraham Lincoln. I believe in a vision of equality, justice, freedom and multi-racial democracy, built on the premise that all people are created equal." — at
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Fox News 27m
. on Russian hacking: "[] was president and they informed him of it, and he did nothing."
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Jennifer Jacobs 2h
For Trump’s visit, the queen wore a brooch — a small green flower — that was a gift from the Obamas during their state visit in 2011, per .
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Dwight Black 2h
When Did The Russians "Interfere" In Our Election? 2016 Who Was President? Who Was CIA Director? John Brennan Who Was Heading The FBI? Mueller And Then James Comes All Of A Sudden, Its 2018 And Who Do They All Blame? Disgraceful.
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USA TODAY 1h
Without ever mentioning any names, former President called out the 'utter loss of shame' among politicians who 'just make stuff up' at an event honoring Nelson Mandela.
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The Obama Foundation 3h
"'Love comes more naturally to the human heart.' Let's remember that truth. Let's see it as our North Star." delivering the 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa, marking the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's birth.
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Dave Rubin 6h
Welcome to the Intellectual Dark Web, ...
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Susan 2h
Did anyone happen to catch speech today? As we listened,we contemplated why we felt so exhilarated We were hearing a President, speak in complete sentences, on message,without a hint of arrogant pretentiousness With even a glimmer of hope sprinkled in!
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Channel 4 News 9h
. talks about the “utter loss of shame among political leaders”, who when they’re caught lying, “just double down and lie some more”
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Kaivan Shroff 2h
WATCH: "So, young people...my message to you is simple, keep believing, keep marching, keep building, keep raising your voice. Every generation has the opportunity to remake the world. NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO BE FIRED UP." — honors Nelson Mandela and defends democracy
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Kyle Griffin 10h
: "The fact that countries which rely on rabid nationalism and xenophobia and doctrines of religious or racial superiority as their main organizing principle ... Eventually those countries find themselves consumed by civil or external war." (via CBS)
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herculez gomez 2h
“Just ask that just won the World Cup… Not all of those folks looked like Gauls to me. But they're French! They're French.” - 🙌🏼
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Reagan Wolf 2h
Ole Barry just don’t know what to do!
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