The first African-American President ever


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Who was the world's first African-American President?

The American election in 2008 marked one that was going to be historic, indeed. The Republicans had strong names fighting for their side including John McCain and Rudy Giuliani, the Democrats had hype and excitement on their side as they had two presidential candidates that would forever go down in the history books, whether they won or lost. The first was Hillary Clinton, who was not only a former First Lady but also a frontrunner for winning the Democrat’s vote for the seat, and facing the Republican’s choice head-to-head. Another candidate however was Barack Obama and he too would leave his own fingerprint on the history books as being an African-American candidate. Facing Hillary Clinton throughout the primaries, they both presented strong arguments for their respective cases and an intense dedication to important issues. After the primaries, Barack Obama defeated Hillary Clinton and would be the one to stand up against John McCain for the seat of the Office of the President.

Barack Obama and John McCain had very different views and opinions and they battled hard against each other while on the campaign trail. McCain used financial support from corporate sponsors and private funding, while Obama walked door to door asking for support and telling people about his plans and strategies. The official debates were well-fought on both sides but in the end, Obama emerged as who the American people thought was the better man. On November 4, 2008, Barack Obama was elected to be the first African-American President of the United States.


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The first African-American President ever

The first African-American President ever

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