After President Obama's DNC Speech, People Really Don't Want Him to Leave the White House

After President Obama's DNC Speech, People Really Don't Want Him to Leave the White House
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President Barack Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention brought down the house. Obama was full of optimism for the future of America — and many people were having a hard time accepting the fact that, soon, he will no longer be the commander in chief.

"Reject cynicism and reject fear," Obama said at the close of the speech. "Summon what is best in us to elect Hillary Clinton."

But many on Twitter were wondering: Is there anyway we can get four more years of Obama instead?

Although Obama is ready to "pass the baton" to Hillary Clinton, it's going to be hard for many people to let go. 


Read more:

• Read President Barack Obama's Entire 2016 DNC Speech

• Barack Obama's 2016 DNC Speech Was One for the History Books

• For Once, Donald Trump Had Nothing to Tweet After Obama's DNC Speech

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