Trump claims 'better numbers than Obama,' though it's unclear what he means

Trump claims 'better numbers than Obama,' though it's unclear what he means

Trump claims 'better numbers than Obama,' though it's unclear what he means

The bill was signed into law on August 6, 2017, making this year the first time it's actually celebrated. "Happy birthday to my brother, my friend, @BarackObama", Biden wrote.

Even though Obama Day is a state holiday in IL, a spokesperson for Obama confirmed that he would not be celebrating his birthday in the state. It is a commemorative holiday rather than a state holiday, meaning that schools and government workplaces will stay open.

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"It's incredibly proud for IL that the president came from IL". Bruce Rauner signed the bill into law in 2017. "I think it's awesome, and I think we should celebrate it", he said.

Former vice president of the United States of America Joe Biden, on the other hand, shared the picture of his 'lunch buddy, ' reminiscing their time together in White House.

BARACK Obama has celebrated his 57th birthday surrounded by family and friends, with wife Michelle leading the tributes to the former USA president. "Last week's trip to Dog Tag Bakery was no different".

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