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English, 18.12.2020 19:00, ian1588

What is the central claim Mr. Obama is making in this section of the speech?
His background makes him perfect for public office.
He has a unique rags-to-riches story despite his hard
upbringing.
America is a unique country that helped him become who he is.
Even though his parents and grandparents would have preferred
0. to live elsewhere, they knew America would give him the
greatest opportunities.

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