How we elected the first black president, the first female vice president, and Donald Trump in between

Crowds watch Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C. on January 20, 2009 — Wikipedia

At this pivotal moment in the history of the American experiment, the historic turnout by the American people, in what can only be described as a celebration of democracy, elevated the United States once more in eyes and hearts the world over. People are gazing up and daring to hope in the wake of a tarnished democracy that is slowly regaining its splendor. …

4 years later, how has the president’s promise held up?

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“How did Donald Trump become president of the United States?” Americans to this day are still asking themselves this question. Trump is now running for re-election. In his inaugural address, he said:

I will never ever let you down

Looking back, has he really kept that promise? And what do 4 more years of Trump mean for our nation and the world?

Next month, we will exercise one of our most cherished rights and a foundation of our democracy: the right to vote in a free and fair election. …

Well done Shako!

Concise and simple 👏

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