American President Barack Obama will deliver a speech today addressing the nation at Chicago as his presidency is going to end today. Obama Farewell Address will be live in all the major broadcasters and can also watch here. President Barack Obama Farewell address to the nation will air from 9 PM ET and 7:30 AM IST from Chicago. We are directly broadcasting the live video of the Obama’s final Good-Bye speech From the Obama farewell address channel “The White House.” Watch Obama Farewell Address Live at the bottom of the page.
White House President will address the people of United States from Chicago. Chicago is the place where he declared the victory in 2008 and 2012. On 2008, he gave his first victory speech also in Chicago filled with “America is not the project of any one person. Because of the single most powerful word in our democracy is the word ‘WE.’ ‘WE THE PEOPLE.’ ‘WE SHALL OVERCOME.’ ‘YES, WE CAN'”.
After eight years of leadership, this remains a guiding principle that continues to inspire Americans across the country to come together and find their way to move the country forward. The president will remind people that he took office when America faced a possibility of a second depression.
He leaves it after 75 consecutive months of job growth. And finally, he kept his promise to bring most of the America’s troops home from Iraq. A moment where he inspired us with the climate change conference. Mr. Barack Obama is one of the greatest speechmaker and a person of simplicity.
Obama Farewell Address Live Streaming and Where to Watch?
Time: 9 pm Eastern, 7:30 IST.
Where: McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois.
TV: CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, PBS.
Online: Bottom of this page.
Watch Obama Farewell Address 2017 to the nation, Live from Chicago
You can watch President Obama Farewell Address/Speech live here and also on CNN Live Stream, MSNBC Live. President’s Final Farewell speech is one of the most inspirational and emotional moment for everyone across the Globe.
Barack Hussein Obama II is the 44th and current President of the United States. Barack Obama is the first African-American to be elected to that office and the first president born outside the contiguous United States.