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  • Obama's farewell: laws won't be enough. Hearts must change.

    President Barack Obama made his parting remarks from his hometown of Chicago, Ill. on Tuesday evening to a crowd that chanted "4 more years!" He highlighted his administration's achievements and challenged the "increasingly diverse" nation that "Laws alone won’t be enough. Hearts must change."

President Barack Obama made his parting remarks from his hometown of Chicago, Ill. on Tuesday evening to a crowd that chanted "4 more years!" He highlighted his administration's achievements and challenged the "increasingly diverse" nation that "Laws alone won’t be enough. Hearts must change." The White House
President Barack Obama made his parting remarks from his hometown of Chicago, Ill. on Tuesday evening to a crowd that chanted "4 more years!" He highlighted his administration's achievements and challenged the "increasingly diverse" nation that "Laws alone won’t be enough. Hearts must change." The White House

Disregard all those farewells: Obama isn’t really leaving

January 17, 2017 6:00 AM