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  • Change the world? 'Optimistic' Obama vows to help new leaders 'take up the baton'

    President Barack Obama, while speaking at the University of Chicago during his first public event since leaving office, on Monday, April 24, 2017, said the single most important thing he can do now is to help support and prepare the next generation of leaders.

Change the world? 'Optimistic' Obama vows to help new leaders 'take up the baton'

President Barack Obama, while speaking at the University of Chicago during his first public event since leaving office, on Monday, April 24, 2017, said the single most important thing he can do now is to help support and prepare the next generation of leaders.
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