The United States is "inexorably changing for the better," US President Barack Obama said in a recent interview.
Talking about changes and prospects for domestic and foreign policy of the States under his own presidency, Obama estimated the results of his work as "positive."
"I do think that the country is inexorably changing, I believe in all kinds of positive ways," he said in an interview with NPR's Morning Edition, meaning most controversial innovations that the USA has seen this year - from the legalization of gay marriage to admitting refugees from Syria.
Speaking about his successor, Obama reiterated that he does not see Donald Trump in the Oval Office. According to Obama, Trump is "exploiting" fears and anxieties of American citizens.
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