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Pete Souza, The Obama White House


Tomorrow morning, U.S. voters will be going to the polls. They will know doubt want to review Barack Obama’s performance in office before filling in their ballots. His first presidential term was historic: as the first black man elected to the country’s highest office, Obama has kept many of his campaign promises, battling the economic crisis, introducing health-care legislation, and leading the fight against terrorism. Since 2009, the White House chief photographer, Pete Souza, has drawn a unique portrait of Obama’s presidency: moments of solitude and reflection, triumph in public, family intimacy, meetings, handshakes, etc. We see the president but also the man, the husband, the father, looking as laid-back as always.

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