Obama's last Christmas wishes from White House

Obama's last Christmas wishes from White House

World December 24, 2016 17:54

WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama, have sat for the last time expressed their Christmas wishes in the White House. After eight years of the Obama Democrat clears the field and he will be succeeded on January 20 by the controversial Republican Donald Trump.

Michelle Obama stressed inspired by the first book of Genesis that we should be 'the guardian of both our brother and our sister'. She said that 'we should treat others as we want to be treated, and provide for the sick, feed the hungry and strangers welcome wherever they come from, what they believe. '

President Obama said that all values ​​are not only helping the christians faith of his family indicate, but also guidance to Jewish, Muslim and infidel Americans and Americans of every background. He praised the armed forces and police by stressing that no better follow the spirit of service than our men and women in uniform and their families. Michelle Obama addressed her thanks and then wish specifically to military personnel who are away from home in service.

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