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DVD NEWSFEED: 8/25-28/2008 DNC CONVENTION, HILLARY CLINTON HER HISTORY AND CHELSEA CLINTON INTRO HILLARY CLINTON ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION Crowds, waving flags, clapping, lots of f/s shots, cu of dancing in seats, etc ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION W/S of crowds and stage, Gov. Mark Warner, waves to crowd and gives speech ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION LOTS OF MARK WARNER SPEECH, cuts to crowd and cu of individual faces ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - THIS RACE IS ABOUT FUTURE, ELECT BARACK OBAMA, RACE FOR FUTURE, MARK WARNER SPEECH ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - IA GOV. TED STRICKLAND, cuts to crowd waived placards, and his speech, thank you's etc ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - MASS GOV DEVAL PATRICK, SPEECH, cuts to crowds and clapping, enthusiastic ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - MT. GOV BRIAN SCHWEITZER,SPEECH, I am a cattle rancher, cuts to crowds ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - CUT TO BILL CLINTON IN CROWDS STANDS UP CLAPPING, AND SMILING ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION -B/W HISTORY OF HILLARY CLINTON, CUTS TO C AND B/W HISTORY OF HILLARY WITH CLIPS OF FAMILY ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - HILLARY CLIPS, FRIENDS, FAMILY AND SUPPORTERS WITH SOUND BITES FROM SPEECHES ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - HILLARY CLINTON CLIPS,ALL POSITIVE RETROSPECTIVE AND CLIPS WITH BARACK OBAMA ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION -CHELSEA CLINTON, BILL CLINTON, SHE INTRODUCES HER MOM HILLARY CLINTON, CHEERING CROWD, HILLARY ENTERS ;DX-INT DNC CONVENTION - HILLARY/CHELSEA CLINTON, CUT TO BILL, HILLARY WALKS STAGE, WAVES TO CROWDS, CUT TO BILL, POSTERS ;
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FTG FOR ELECTION NIGHT SPECIAL REPORT / INTV W/ BASKETBALL LEGEND BILL RUSSELL ON THE ELECTION OF PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
The White House on a Beautiful Summer Day
The White House on a Beautiful Summer Day showing the Oval Office and several Limousines gathered outside in preparation for a Presidential trip. Shot with a Canon 5D MKIII in 1080p RAW.
Media and politics: the era of permanent clash
France 5
OBAMA AND MCCAIN ON THE ELECTION TRAIL
Barack Obama and John McCain make speeches while on the election trail for the U.S. presidential race.
OBAMA DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENT NOMINATION - 2008
PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL SENATOR BARACK OBAMA (DFL) SPEAKS TO A PACKED STADIUM IN ST. PAUL, MN WHERE HE ANNOUNCES HE IS THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE. SENATOR OBAMA’S SPEECH TAKES PLACE IN THE SAME STADIUM WHERE THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION IS TO BE HELD. HE OFFERS NICE WORDS ABOUT HIS OPPONENT SENATOR HILLARY CLINTON STATING THAT COMPETING AGAINST HER MADE HIM A BETTER CANDIDATE. “AMERICA THIS IS OUR MOMENT. THIS IS OUR TIME, OUR TIME TO TURN THE PAGES ON POLICIES OF THE PAST”
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MISC PRESIDENTS
Q: WHY DID YOU COME TO CHICAGO? LOST INTERVIEW FROM 1994 WITH YOUNG BARACK OBAMA Obama: (00:00) I had just gotten out of college. I was at Columbia University in New York. And Harold Washington had just been elected in 1983. And I was very much interested in seeing what could be done in terms of the inner city, what the possibilities were for progressive politics in the black community and Chicago was the most exciting thing going on at the time. : 28 So I hooked up with a church based community organization out on the far south side, called Developing Communities Project and ended up directing their organizing efforts for about 4 years. I guess. :42 We were involved in range of things. We worked on setting up job training programs in the community, we set up counseling programs to get them into college. We set up projects where people would clean up their streets, remove vacant buildings, a whole range of different community issues that really taught me a lot about the both the possibilities and the problems that confronted the black community in Chicago. (1:14) So I consider that one of my best decisions coming to Chicago originally, and I have stayed there ever since, (although in the interim I went to law school. (1:24) HF-YTV
2008 WS ZI Barack Obama joining crowd in chant of 'Yes We Can' on the eve of the presidential election on November 3 2008 / Manassas, Virginia, United States / AUDIO
2008 WS ZI Barack Obama joining crowd in chant of 'Yes We Can' on the eve of the presidential election on November 3 2008 / Manassas, Virginia, United States / AUDIO
OBAMA AND MCCAIN
President-Elect Barack Obama and Senator John McCain meet after the election in which Obama beat McCain. They pose for pictures taken by the press.
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USA: D-Day for decisive elections
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Obama: Russia Responsible for DNC Hacking
BARRACK OBAMA VISITS THE TWIN CITIES (2014)
When White House officials chose St. Paul's Union Depot for President Barack Obama's announcement Wednesday of a $600 million competition for federal grants to fund infrastructure projects that create jobs, they picked a site that received nearly $125 million in federal funds for a major renovation in an earlier round of the program. Union Depot went into decline in the early 1970s after the city's dwindling passenger train service was moved to a new depot in the Midway area between downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis. "This project symbolizes what's possible," Obama said of the station's rebirth. U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, D-St. Paul, said the station was in serious disrepair when she toured it shortly after being elected to Congress in 2000. "It had been overrun by pigeons, windows were broken and shuttered, and the space was cold and largely abandoned, except for a few empty mail carts," McCollum said in a statement beforehand. Obama pointed out that it's now becoming a regional transit hub that brings several modes of transportation under one roof. It's already being used by Metro Transit buses and some intercity bus companies, and it's poised to become busier later this year when a light-rail line connecting downtown St. Paul with downtown Minneapolis starts running and Amtrak service returns. The project, which was in the works before Obama took office, has created more than 3,000 jobs since construction began in 2010, according to McCollum's office. The renovations were completed in December 2012. Obama noted that the light-rail line that ends at Union Station is expected to cut the trip between the two downtowns in bad weather to just 30 minutes instead of the two-hour slogs that aren't uncommon when it snows heavily. "I just had a chance to take a look at some of those spiffy new trains," he said. "They are nice. Big. They're energy-efficient. They're going to be reliable." ___ Obama couldn't resist the chance to joke about Minnesota's deep freeze. It's shaping up as the coldest winter in the Twin Cities since 1978-79. And he did it at the expense of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. The temperature had crept up only to about 10 degrees with a wind chill of minus 8 at the airport when Obama, Foxx and their entourage disembarked from Air Force One. "He turned to me and he said, 'This is the coldest I've ever been in my life!'" Obama said of Foxx. "And we were only out there for, like, a minute. Which goes to show how soft these folks from North Carolina are." ___ Obama said he has spent a lot of time with Minnesotans lately - because he was watching the Winter Olympics. "Minnesota sent 19 athletes to the games," he said to loud cheers, adding, "They did us all proud." And he singled out a community in far northwestern Minnesota where hockey is a way of life. "Once again the tiny town of Warroad proved it's Hockey Town U.S.A.," he said, naming Warroad High School graduates T.J. Oshie and Gigi Marvin, who were stars on the U.S. men's and women's hockey teams, respectively. He paid tribute to Oshie for securing a shootout victory in the U.S. game against Russia. ___ Republicans tried to score political points by highlighting the absence of leading Minnesota Democratic officeholders at Obama's appearance, targeting Sen. Al Franken, who's running for re-election this fall. McCollum and U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minneapolis, accompanied Obama to Minnesota on board Air Force One. But Franken did not. His spokesman, Michael Dale-Stein, said Franken had planned to make the trip but needed to attend a friend's funeral. St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman and Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges - both Democrats - greeted Obama as he got off Air Force One at the airport. Minnesota GOP Chairman Keith Downey accused Franken of distancing himself from the president. "Al Franken's record is a total rubber-stamping of President Obama's agenda," Downey said in a statement. "Between casting the deciding vote for the Obamacare debacle to supporting President Obama 100 percent of the time, why wouldn't Al Franken want to welcome the President to Minnesota?" A Star Tribune Minnesota Poll published last week put Franken's approval rating in the state at 55 percent, compared with 58 percent for Gov. Mark Dayton and 43 percent for Obama. Dayton did not attend the event either, but it's because he's recovering from hip surgery. U.S. Rep. John Kline, R-Minn., said he planned to pose a series of unanswered questions via his Twitter account in response to Obama's visit. "Minnesotans keep telling me they have had enough and they can no longer bear the burden of failed policies and a weak economy," Kline said in a statement. ___ About two dozen climate change activists rallied in the frigid cold outside Union Depot to urge Obama to reject the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline and protest the expanded use of Canadian tar sands oil. The event was organized by MN 350 to protest how the upsurge in trains transporting crude oil, primarily from North Dakota, is snarling passenger train service, including the Empire Builder, which connects St. Paul with Chicago to the east and Seattle and Portland, Ore., to the west. "Hey hey, ho ho, Amtrak is the way to go," they chanted. "Trains for people not for oil." Obama told governors at a White House meeting on Monday that he expects to decide within the next couple months on whether to approve the pipeline from western Canada across the U.S. to Gulf Coast refineries in Texas. The project has been caught up in the debate over climate change. Pipeline opponents say the tar sands oil Keystone XL would carry is dirtier than other crude because producing it generates more greenhouse gases, which contribute to global warming. They're also worried about spills. The protesters stood against a backdrop of a light-rail train, which Metro Transit parked in front of the station for the president's visit. Kate Jacobson, lead coordinator for MN 350, said the protesters want Obama to support mass transit to reduce the need for oil. ___ Event organizers packed several hundred people into a penned area under a high arched-ceiling hall at Union Station that leads to the Amtrak platform. Some spectators were lucky enough to score chairs. The rest were crammed into an area that strongly resembled a mosh pit at a rock concert. And when the crowd of 1,300 cheered, the noise echoed as loudly as at any concert. Ryan Gilmer, a ticket reseller from Plymouth, said he couldn't pass up the chance to see Obama, which he considered "a real cool thing," and wasn't worried about getting a decent look because he's 6-foot-4. "You don't get a chance to hear a sitting president very often," Gilmer said. Lou Fragale, a real estate agent from Golden Valley, said he wasn't bothered by being penned in amid the tight crowd. "It's OK. We're comfortable. We're in a good mood. We'll get a glimpse of the president while he talks about his transportation issues," Fragale said.
OBAMA KICKS OFF FUNDRAISING DRIVE IN CHICAGO P1
FTG OF PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA KICKING OFF HIS FUNDRAISING DRIVE FOR HIS 2012 RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN President Barack Obama is in Chicago hanging out with the Daley's and mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel in between raising funds for his re-election campaign.
Barack Obama wins 2nd term
Part 1 of five of Barack Obama's election night speech Barack Obama wins 2nd term at McCormick Place Convention Center on November 07, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois (Footage by Getty Images)
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Obama: Russia responsible for DNC hacking
Trump: he is back...
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2000s NEWS
NEWSFEED: 1/24-26/07 JOHN KERRY, BARACK OBAMA, HISTORICAL, DRIVE-THRU ROBBERY, COLD WEATHER SEN JOHN KERRY SENATE FLOOR REMARKS on troop surge in Iraq. 1964 CASE SEALE TODAY transporting prisoner, courthouse Newspaper vending machine, headline on 1964 murders. BARACK OBAMA CALLS FOR UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE at a conference NO TITLE Aerial causeway, industrial area, chemical plant, La Porte water tower 1/26/2001 INDIA EARTHQUAKE people digging thru rubble. 1/26/2006 HAMAS WINS ELECTION procession in green, men carrying rifles 1/26/1998 CLINTON DENIAL and hugging Lewinsky. 1/26/1945 USSR FREES AUSCHWITZ B/W children reveal tattoos B/W prisoners leaving concentration camp, pile of human hair, awesome funeral march with audio, caskets 1/26/1980 EGYPT/ISRAEL RELATIONS Menachem Begin and Egyptian delegate. TX HOUSE EXPLOSION Aerial house blown to smithereens LA VIOLENT CRIME NEWSER t/h. NICOLE KIDMAN FILE Kidman slips away from touchy reporter TX GRANDPARENTS ATTACKED NX crime scene. BUSH GOP RETREAT REMARKS on Iraq. SETON HALL FIRE sentencing WEATHER PHILLY FREEZE skyscraper under construction, frosty peds. BOSTON COLD frosty peds, smokestack, goddam jogger! Road workers around manhole. MA COLD WEATHER even more frosty peds. LEBANON FUNERALS crowd bearing casket adorned with Lebanese flag High security, men praying in mosque. NEW YORKERS DEAL WITH FREEZE the Rabbi is getting a jump-start! TX BB KING HOSPITALIZED John Sealy Hospital. SETON HALL FIRE more thrilling trial scenes NJ NYC COLD WEATHER men opening manhole on HIGHWAY, city road work under tent GIRL SCOUT COOKIES GUN INCIDENT or SHOTGUN-TOTING WOMAN ANSWERS DOOR; WA COFFEE BOOTH ROBBERY surveillance video from one of those drive-thru coffee stands, NX coffee stand WA POT FARM BUST seized crates, marijuana branches; CA SALON BURNS or BREAK-IN ROBBERS TAMPER WITH HAIR DYE freaky hairdresser with a knack for eyeliner UT SUNDANCE GRACE IS GONE oh la-la, John Cusack interview. 1/27/1973 VIETNAM PEACE ACCORD 1/27/1967 APOLLO 1 DEADLY FIRE astronauts by launchpad. MO BOYS FOUND Aerial house being demolished by backhoe
BARACK OBAMA INTERVIEW BY DIANE SAWYER - REMOTE
INTV W/ ILLINOIS STATE SENATE BARACK OBAMA ON VOTE 2004 / ELECTION NIGHT HIGHLIGHTS Diane Sawyer interviews him remote interview. Diane asks Obama if he would consider running for president.
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OBAMA AND ROMNEY ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL - HD
Scenes of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on the campaign trail for the U.S. presidential election. Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ, available in all forms of HD and SD.
FORMER POTUS SENDOFF (2017)
Newly ELECTED President Donald J. Trump says farewell to the former President of the United States Barack H. Obama on the East Front Plaza of the U.S. Capitol. More than 5,000 military members from across all branches of the armed forces of the United States, including Reserve and National Guard components, provided ceremonial support and Defense Support of Civil Authorities during the inaugural period.