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From candidate to president: Obama’s call of history

Clip: Season 2017 | 4m 11s | Video has closed captioning.

Five months after leaving the Oval Office, President Barack Obama is reemerging on the global stage and trying to find his place as a former president. The New York Times’s chief White House correspondent Peter Baker covered Obama’s two terms in office and has written a new book “Obama: The Call of History.” He shares some of the pivotal moments during Obama’s presidency.

Aired: 06/26/17

Rating: NR

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