Barack Obama Videos
Obama Reaffirms Ties to UK After Brexit Vote
President Obama today reaffirmed the ties between the U.S and the United Kingdom, after its vote to leave the European Union, stressing "one thing that will not change is the special relationship between our two nations -- that will endure."
Obama Designates Stonewall as First National Monument for LGBT Rights
And President Obama has designated a new national monument at the site of the historic Stonewall uprising in Greenwich Village. It will be the first official National Park Service unit. Dedicated to telling the story of LG BT americans' 1969 patrons of the Stonewall in fought back after a police
Supreme Court Votes to Block Obama's Immigration Reform Plan
With immigration reform being a cornerstone of his administration, the president called the decision "heartbreaking".
President Obama Reacts to Supreme Court Decision on Immigration
The president says the court's ruling is "heartbreaking" for immigrants who want to fully contribute to America "in an open way."
Supreme Court Ties on Immigration, Blocking Obama Plan
A tied decision today in the Supreme Court blocked President Obama's immigration policy that would have offered more than 4 million undocumented immigrants a chance to remain in the country without fear of deportation.
Obama Stayed on Air Force One to Watch Game 7
President Obama and his family stayed aboard Air Force One to watch the final nail-biting minutes of the game after landing at Joint Base Andrews on Sunday night, the White House confirmed to ABC News.
President Obama and Biden Meet With Survivors and Families of Orlando Shooting Victims
This event marks the tenth time the president has visited the site of a mass shooting.
Obama Says Inaction Will Lead to More Massacres
Speaking in Orlando, the president said it "defies common sense" to argue that the other people in the nightclub should have been similarly armed.
Obama Rips Gun Control Opponents After Meeting With Orlando Victims' Families
Four days ago. This community was shaken by. An evil and hateful act. Today. We are reminded of what is good. There is compassion. Empathy. Decency. And most of all there is love. That's the Orlando the we've seen in recent days and that is the America. That we have seen. This afternoon vice
President Obama's Toughest Attacks Yet on Donald Trump's Terrorism Views
The GOP presumptive nominee responded overnight, saying Obama was "more angry" at him than "he was at the shooter."