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    January 14, 2016 3:41 AM
    President Barack Obama is taking his vision for the nation’s future directly to the American people after delivering a lofty State of the Union address this week steeped in optimism and hope. In a post-speech tour, he is also asking Americans to come together and help bridge bitter differences. VOA Correspondent Mary Alice Salinas has more from the White House.

    Obama Seeks to Engage Americans About Vision for America

    Published January 13, 2016

    President Barack Obama is taking his vision for the nation’s future directly to the American people after delivering a lofty State of the Union address this week steeped in optimism and hope. In a post-speech tour, he is also asking Americans to come together and help bridge bitter differences. VOA Correspondent Mary Alice Salinas has more from the White House.


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