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How is the football star, who is reportedly being offered $150 million by Abu Dhabi funded Manchester City, connected to the politician pleading for college playoffs in the US?
January 14, 2009 4:11 by Aarti Nagraj
Rice called Obama’s win “inspirational,” and said his victory was proof of America’s promise.
The Democratic candidate is the first African American to win the nomination of a major American political party. The 47-year-old is a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, and has worked as a community organizer, political activist, and lawyer.
He announced his presidential campaign in February 2007 and his policy has emphasized ending America’s interference in Iraq, increasing energy independence, and providing universal health care as top national priorities. Currently, he is promoting the idea of having college playoffs in the US to have a national winner.
The author of two best-selling books, he is married to Michelle Obama and has two daughters.
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