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Rev. Al Sharpton talks about President Obama’s last State of the Union address.

“It reminded me of the Barack Obama that we met in 2004 that tried to raise the sights of the country. He wanted to be above the foolishness. History will decide how great he was. In this climate of Ted Cruz and the back and forth, it was refreshing. I must advocate to make sure we’re not marginalized in the process,” Rev. Sharpton said.

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