President Barrack Hussein Obama delivered his final White House weekly address on Saturday morning.
In the short 3-minute video he listed some of the events he’s lived through over the past eight years.
He also urged the American people to get more involved and suggested people who are frustrated with how things are going to run for office themselves.
Obama said the presidency made his a better man. He said meeting so many Americans from around the country kept him honest.
“It has been the honor of my life to serve you as president. Eight years later I am even more optimistic about our country’s promise,” Obama said. “And I look forward to working along your side, as a citizen, for all my days that remain.”
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