Former U.S. President, Barack Obama left the White House after an 8-year rule. His rise to the
office of the President of the United States was indeed an epoch-making occasion in U.S. political history plagued by racism, discrimination and a decades-long civil war. Elected twice in a row as the U.S. President, Obama successfully led the nation in a time of crisis and introduced a number of reforms in the social sector to provide essential health care to the least advantaged. The Obama Health Care Plan is the most notable example of his commitment to the welfare of the American people. He successfully retained his popularity as a true public leader throughout his term in the office. Without a doubt, if the U.S. Constitution would have allowed Obama to run for the presidential elections again, he could have won the third term as well.