President Obama delivered his final press conference at the White House on Friday afternoon to discuss the most recent topic of discussion: Russia's election-related hacking.
Opening with a brief summary of his administration's progress over the past eight years, Obama shifted his discussion to the Aleppo tragedy and closing with a tribute to the Armed Forces.
"I think they would be the first to acknowledge that we have done everything we can to make sure that they are successful," Obama said when asked about the Russia's alleged election interference. "There hasn't been a lot of squabbling. What we've simply said is the facts. What I can say with confidence is that what we’ve done works," Obama said in closing. "That I can prove. I can show you where we were in 2008 and I can show you where we are now, and you can't argue that we’re not better off. We are."
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