The outspoken T.I. took a break from the stage to write an open letter to outgoing President Barack Obama, detailing thoughts on POTUS' legacy and impact on America and its citizens.
As far as I’m concerned, January 20, 2017, does not matter. President Obama will still be president and the first Black first family will always live at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
While Barack Obama has indeed been the coolest of all presidents, this “blackest” list is about the things he’s done that that are so black that it will be impossible for even Donald Trump or Mike Pence to erase.
When President Obama came out in support of LGBTQ lives and in favor of marriage equality in a May 2012 interview, he became the first president to connect his policy to his Christian faith in a way that substantively benefitted the LGBTQ community.
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