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Farewell to Charms

A Farewell to Charms By Megan Wallin President Barack Obama’s Farewell Address was met with words like “soaring” and “powerful.” Diana Pearl’s article for “People” documented Twitter reactions, ranging from emotional: Shelby Knox @ShelbyKnox Watching Malia Obama cry as her […]

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A Farewell to Charms By Megan Wallin President Barack Obama’s Farewell Address was met with words like “soaring” and “powerful.” Diana Pearl’s article for “People” documented Twitter reactions, ranging from emotional: Shelby Knox @ShelbyKnox Watching Malia Obama cry as her […]

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