Eight years after his famous speech in Grant Park, the 44th president of the United States returns to his home city for his final major speech in office. The list of new policies that his successor has vowed to unravel runs long: banking regulation, Obamacare, the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate change agreement. What will be left of Obama's legacy? Will the most enduring part of Barack Obama's tenure be the man himself?
Produced by Michele BARBERO, François WIBAUX and Laure FOURQUET.
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