A young Barack Obama dreamed of becoming as successful as Donald Trump

Barack Obama in New Hampshire

Senator Barack Obama campaigning in New Hampshire. Photo: Marc Nozell.




Barack Obama may speak ill of President Donald Trump every chance he gets, but a younger Obama was an admirer of Trump and his American success story.

In 1991, 29-year-old Harvard Law School graduate, who later would become POTUS Obama, wrote a paper with his friend Robert Fisher called “Race and Rights Rhetoric.”

Barack Obama described his idea of the average American’s mindset in this one sentence…

“I may not be Donald Trump now, but just you wait; if I don’t make it, my children will.

This quote surfaced following the publishing of “Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama”, a 1,460-page biography of Barack Obama penned by David J. Garrow.

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Alex Christoforou
The Duran



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