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تاريخ التسجيل : 21/09/2009
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SV: 7 SOTUs:
Jan 9 at 8:41 PM Fra: Josh Earnest, The White House [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sendt: 9. januar 2016 20:01
Emne: 7 SOTUs: To commemorate President Obama's final address this Tuesday, we've put together something special.
"We will rebuild. We will recover. And the United States of America will emerge stronger than before."That's what President Obama said in his first address to Congress in 2009. Our nation was in midst of what we now know was the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Our economy was shrinking, our businesses were shedding jobs each month, and our auto industry had flatlined.
--President Obama, February 24, 2009
But through the years, the President has worked with the American people to rebuild and strengthen our economy, our security, and our leadership in the world. Each year, in every one of his State of the Union addresses, you can see the progress we've made together.
<pSo -- to commemorate his final address this Tuesday -- we've put together something special:
We've assembled all of the President's addresses to Congress on Whitehouse.gov using Genius, adding line-by-line annotations that offer more context on specific proposals he made and a behind-the-scenes look at how these speeches came together.
Take a look:
In each year since 2009, the President's State of the Union addresses have bookmarked pivotal moments in the story of our nation: from expanding universal, affordable health care to securing the the most ambitious global agreement ever to combat climate change.
Check out each speech -- complete with videos, graphics, and stories from the staffers behind the policies.
Have thoughts on remarks? Share your thoughts and reactions with the White House right in the speech. Some submissions may be highlighted by the White House.
Then, make sure you RSVP to watch President Obama's final State of the Union speech next Tuesday at 9:00pm ET. You won't want to miss what the President has planned for the year ahead.
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