Barack Obama, complete name Barack Hussein Obama is 44th and recent president of the United States. He is an American politician born on 4 August 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Barack Obama is the first African-American, who holds the control of the office and also the first president of United States who born outside of the Continental United States. He was the graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School. Barack Obama belongs to the Democratic party. He is religious protestant Christian and his religious views developed in his adult life. Download Barack Obama U.S President Best Pictures all in HD.
Main Achievements of Barack Obama
- He worked as a director of Developing Communities Project between June 1985 to May 1988 in Chicago and worked as a community organizer there. He worked for two years as Visiting Law and Government Fellow at University Of Chicago Law School from 1991. He taught constitutional law at University for twelve years from 1992 -2004.
- He runs Illinois’s Project Vote from April 1992 to October 1992, a campaign with ten staffers and seven hundred volunteer registrars, and he achieved his goal of registering 150,000 of 400,000 unregistered African Americans in the state.
- Obama served board of directors of Woods Fund of Chicago from 1994-2002. He was elected chairperson of the Illinois Senate’s Health and Human Service Committee in January 2003, and Democrats regained the majority.
- In may 2002, He arranged a poll to assess his prospects in 2004 U.S Senate Race. Barack Obama announced his candidacy in January 2003.
- He was the opponent of George W. Bush invasion of Iraq 2003. On 2 October 2002, he addressed the Anti-Iraq War rally the first time and spoke against this decision of President Bush and Congress. In November 2004 general election Obama won by 70 percent of votes and become president of America. An opponent of Barack Obama was Jack Ryan, who is Republican primary winner, withdrew from the race in June 2004.
- On 71st Hiroshima Attack he visited the Japan and paid tribute to the victims of Hiroshima Bombings.