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The Legacy of Barack Obama #1104977

CNN Special for Wednesday, Dec 07, 2016

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An examination of President Barack Obama's two terms in office, hosted by Fareed Zakaria (CNN), with taped excerpts of an interview by Zakaria with President Obama, taped excerpts of Obama reading from his book "Dreams of My Father," and the participation of Georgetown University Professor Michael Eric Dyson, presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, Harvard University Law Professor Randall Kennedy, Ryan Lizza of "The New Yorker", former Obama Senior Advisor David Axelrod, White House Special Advisor on Environment Van Jones, former RNC Chairman Michael Steele, then Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, President Obama, television commentator Glen Beck, Fox News commentator Geraldo Rivera, television commentator Tavis Smiley, former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, then Rep. John Boehner, Senior Advisor to the President Valerie Jarrett, Rick Santelli of CNBC Business News, former CIA Director David Petraeus, former US Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford, Secretary of State John Kerry, then Sen. Hillary Clinton, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, Mark Mazzetti of the "New York Times", CIA Director John Brennan, law professor Laurence Tribe, then Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Middle East reporter Robin Wright, Secretary of State John Kerry, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, National Security Advisor Susan Rice, and unidentified others.

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