Presenter: Welcome to “Show Interviews”, this time we have a very important person in the United States policy.

Interviewer: Welcome, we have today the first Afro-American president of USA from 2009 to 2017.

Welcome Mr. Barack Obama

Obama: Good morning, thank you for the invitation.

Interviewer: When did you become interested in politics?

Obama: I began to interest in politics when a i was transferred to University of Columbia in the New York City, there i studied political science.

Interviewer: How did the racism influence in your life?

Obama: I sufffered lot of racism since I was a child, sometimes I felt bad for my roots, however that helped me to be strong and learned to face life.

Interviewer: Do you think you had a good government?

Obama: I think yes because in my government i supported the popular insurance for all, increased my country´s economy in the face of a crisis, legalized gay marriages and the other things.

Interviewer: What was one of your main objectives to fulfill in the presidency?

Obama: My main objective was to end racism and better life for everyone in my country (USA)

Interviewer: Have you received any recognition? When? Which one?

Obama: Yes, I was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009.

Interviewer: Well, time is over, thank you very much for granting us this pleasent interview it was nice to know a Little bit.

Obama: My pleasure.

Presenter: Thanks to the audience for following the broadcast, see you soon in “Show Interviews”.

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