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Democrats Worry Trump Will Erase Obama's Legacy


It is only days before President Barack Obama is set to leave the White House and supporters are already missing his presence. President Obama suffered a great deal of opposition throughout his two terms, yet still managed to accomplish a great deal in the way of health care and the economy. As President elect Donald Trump prepares to take over, many are hoping that Trump does not plan to completely erase the legacy that President Obama built altogether.

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