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President Obama Look-Alike Performs at Washington Eventsi
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April 23, 2013 8:43 PM
In some countries, people can be put in jail for impersonating political leaders. But in places where freedom of speech is protected, you may see people mimicking politicians in public or on television. In the Washington area, a man who closely resembles President Barack Obama entertains people at conferences and other events as an Obama look-alike. VOA’s Deborah Block caught up with him at one of his performances.

President Obama Look-Alike Performs at Washington Events

Published April 23, 2013

In some countries, people can be put in jail for impersonating political leaders. But in places where freedom of speech is protected, you may see people mimicking politicians in public or on television. In the Washington area, a man who closely resembles President Barack Obama entertains people at conferences and other events as an Obama look-alike. VOA’s Deborah Block caught up with him at one of his performances.


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