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President Obama preparing to come back to politics

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2017-03-02 06:10:06
According to former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, President Obama is getting ready to get back to politics after only a month of being away.

According to Holder, Obama together with a number of other Democrats are focusing on state-level races to try to end trumpism and help Democrats regain control in the United States.

"He's ready to roll. This is really a battle for our democracy." Holder said.

However, it should be noted that he won't be doing any miraculous comeback to replace Trump, obviously, but instead taking a role in the organization called National Democratic Redistricting Committee.

The mission of NDRC is to "build a targeted, state-by-state strategy that ensures Democrats can produce fairer maps in the 2021 redistricting process."

It's not known yet what role Obama will be playing in NDRC.




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