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Obama on Race
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In response to a question of whether he was black enough, Obama said he knows what it is to be black because of his experiences trying to hail a cab in New York City. While he says we still face problems related to race, he added “I believe in the core decency of the American people.” I thought his response struct the right tone, and reinforced why I think he would be an extremely formidable general election candidate.

On gender, Hillary Clinton said she’s proud to be running as a woman, but isn’t running because she’s a woman.

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