Author: Nicole Burnier
It’s the end of an era; tonight President Barack Obama says “good-bye” to the American public.
The United States’ first black president will hold his address at the McCormick Place in the city of Chicago, in front of an upward of 20,000 of his ardent supporters.
The speech, which Obama wrote himself, will focus on his original campaign of “hope and change” and will focus on reigniting spirits of progressiveness. Obama will also highlight the achievements of his presidency and will speak on the election of Donald Trump.
His last ride on Air Force One will take flight on the early hours of Wednesday morning. He will be accompanied by a former president, and the trip will be called “Special Air Mission 28,000”.