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Watch President Obama In His Own Words

A new President will lead the United States of America for the next four years.  President Donald Trump maybe someone very different from his predecessor.  Before the new presidency begins let us look into what President Barack Obama had done through a very rare TV special.  History Asia premieres "President Obama: In His Own Words" TV Special on January 16, Monday at 11:00PM.

Watch President Obama in a very rare TV Special

History Asia interrupts its regular programming to bring the outgoing President of the United States, Barack Obama to the screen.  Obama will be reflecting on his historic presidency as he shares his thoughts on where the country was when he was elected, where it is now, and where he sees it going under his successor's command.

Also included are additional interviews with members of his staff including Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry, Congress, and the press, to make for a unique examination of the Obama presidency from the inside out, and a profound and candid historical record that will stand for generations.

President Obama In Hiw Own Words Schedule

Here are the Encores for the show so better watch it: 
  • 16 Jan, Mon 11PM 
  • 17 Jan, Tues 6AM 
  • 17 Jan, Tues 1PM 
  • 20 Jan, Fri 9PM
  • 20 Jan, Fri 2AM 
  • 21 Jan, Sat 3PM
The TV special will comprise of two interviews.  The first part is conducted before his re-election while the second one is after the 2016 Presidential elections.  It is a personal approach, as the president himself narrates his experience including his successes, his failures, his unfinished business - and what he hopes will be his legacy.

President Barack Obama and His Legacy

As the 44th President of the United States of America, Obama was the first African-American to be elected to the office. Among the work he will be remembered for, Obama signed into law various economic stimulus legislation; the contentious "Obamacare"; changes to domestic financial regulations; and enabled LGBT individuals to serve in the US Armed Forces. In foreign policy, Obama ended US military involvement in the Iraq War; signed the arms control treaty with Russia, ordered US military involvement against Muammar Gaddafi in Libya; and ordered the operation that killed Osama bin Laden.

During his second term, Obama promoted domestic gun control and called for greater inclusiveness for LGBT Americans. In foreign policy, Obama ordered US military intervention to ISIL; reduced US combat operations in Afghanistan; promoted discussions to the 2015 Paris Agreement on global climate change; brokered a nuclear deal with Iran; and normalized US relations with Cuba.
The outgoing President was the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize laureate for his efforts to promote nuclear non-proliferation and a fostering a new climate in international relations, especially in reaching out to the Muslim world.

HISTORY® is available on Sky Cable Ch 67; Cable Link Ch 43; Dream Satellite Ch 30; Destiny Cable Ch 57; and Cignal Ch 125. HISTORY HD™ is available on Sky Cable Ch 165.

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