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President Barack Obama had a powerful conversation with Yolanda Adams at the White House, and explained what single women need to know about health care. Because of the role women play in the family, President Obama underscored how necessary affordable health care is for females, and spoke on ”The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” about how insurance through Obamacare will be cheaper than a cell phone bill in many states.

President Obama also talks about jobs and justice, bridging the economic gap in the United States, and what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would think of the civil rights progress that has been made in our country 50 years after the March on Washington.

Listen to this compelling interview in the audio player, and hear more important conversations on “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” weekdays from 6-10 am EST/5-9 am CST. Catch past interviews from the show right here.


Q: Welcome back to the Yolanda Adams Morning Show, I have the pleasure of being up close and personal with our President. Hello, sir.

A: It’s wonderful to see you, Yolanda.

Q: Good to see you too.

A: Thanks for having me on the show again.

Q: Oh, no problem. I am so excited about this 50th anniversary. You spoke yesterday, and it was heart wrenching, heartfelt. How does it make you feel to know that 50 years ago this probably was not a possibility in the eyes of our elders?

President Obama: What Martin Luther King Jr. Would Think About Our Progress [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] was originally published on

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