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Merry Christmas from President Obama and the First Lady

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Dec 24 8:58pm
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THE WHITE HOUSE

Merry Christmas from President Obama and the First Lady

President Obama and the First Lady just gave their annual holiday message from the White House for the last time. Check it out:

They talked about the values that bring Americans together over the holiday season:

The First Lady: The idea that we are our brother’s keeper and our sister’s keeper. That we should treat others as we would want to be treated. And that we care for the sick,feed the hungry,and welcome the stranger,no matter where they come from,or how they practice their faith.

The President: Those are values that help guide not just my family’s Christian faith,but that of Jewish Americans, and Muslim Americans; nonbelievers and Americans of all backgrounds. And no one better embodies that spirit of service than the men and women who wear our country’s uniform and their families.

And they called on us to support the Americans who serve us all year round: our men and women in uniform.

The First Lady: As always,many of our troops are far from home this time of year,and their families are serving and sacrificing right along with them. Their courage and dedication allow the rest of us to enjoy this season. That’s why we’ve tried to serve them as well as they’ve served this country. Go to JoiningForces.Gov to see how you can honor and support the service members, veterans and military families in your community — not just during the holidays, but all year round.

So make sure to watch — and stay tuned for a throwback clip.

“So as we look forward to the New Year, let’s resolve to recommit ourselves to the values we share. And on behalf of the all the Obamas — Michelle, Malia, Sasha, Bo, and that troublemaker Sunny — Merry Christmas, everybody.”

— President Obama and the First Lady

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Senator Gillibrand

From: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand <senator@gillibrand.senate.gov>
Date: Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 11:46 PM
Subject: Will you join me in Brooklyn?
To: humanrights.sanrakshan@gmail.com

Dear First Lieutenant Sharma,

 

I’m heading up to Brooklyn to host a Town Hall this Sunday, with special guest Dr. Una Clarke. Will you join me?

 

We’ll talk about the issues you care about, including immigration and DACA, health care, jobs and the economy. I’m excited to have some productive discussions and learn more about what matters to you.

 

All are welcome to come. Here are the details:

 

Brooklyn Town Hall Details

Medgar Evers College

Founders Auditorium

1650 Bedford Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11225

(Public should enter/exit via Crown Street entrance.)

 

Doors at 12:15 pm

Starts at 1:15 pm

Ends at 2:45 pm

 

It’ll be a great time! You can RSVP ahead of time or you can same-day RSVP at the event, but space is limited: https://gillibrand.senate.gov/brooklyntownhall.

 

Thanks,

 

Kirsten Gillibrand

United States Senator

Reply from Senator Gillibrand

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Date: Thursday, December 15, 2016 1:36am
To: humanrights.sanrakshan@gmail.com
December 14,2016

Dear First Lieutenant Sharma,

Thank you for contacting me regarding the Reach Every Mother and Child Act (S. 1911) and the importance of ending preventable maternal,newborn,and child deaths. I share your view on this topic,and I will continue to work hard to address this pressing issue.

Approximately 17,000 children die every day from treatable conditions,including pneumonia,diarrhea,and malnutrition, according to UNICEF,and nearly 830 women die each day from preventable causes related to childbirth,according to the World Health Organization. Although international efforts have resulted in tremendous progress in these areas,including a decrease in maternal deaths by 45 percent since 1998 and a decrease in childhood deaths by 50 percent since 1990, both remain sadly prevalent. It is critical that we continue to fight this preventable epidemic. In addition,improving the health of mothers and children around the world has far-reaching economic and social benefits.

I am a co-sponsor of the Reach Every Mother and Child Act of 2015,which seeks to eliminate preventable maternal,newborn, and childhood deaths around the world by 2035. Specifically,this strongly bipartisan bill directs the President to establish an inter-agency working group,overseen by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and headed by a new Child and Maternity Survival Coordinator,charged with devising and implementing a 10-year strategy to accomplish this goal. USAID would be able to fund projects to support this undertaking and the bill would also establish an innovative public-private financing mechanism to leverage public and private capital to expand delivery of interventions for maternal,newborn,and child health.

During my time in Congress,I have been a strong supporter of women and children,global health,and anti-poverty initiatives. Senator Collins introduced the Reach Every Mother and Child Act in July 2015,and the bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Although I do not sit on this committee,I will work with my colleagues towards the passage of this important legislation.

Thank you again for writing to express your concerns,and I hope that you keep in touch with my office regarding future legislation. For more information on this and other important issues,please visit my website at http://gillibrand.senate.gov and sign up for my e-newsletter.

Sincerely,

Kirsten Gillibrand
United States Senator

Mail from Barack obama

Where should I send this note, Yogesh?

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Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016 5:00am Reply-to: democraticparty@democrats.org
To: Yogesh Sharma
<humanrights.sanrakshan@gmail.com>

Yogesh —

I always like to spend this time of year thinking through who and what I’m thankful for, and that’s especially true this year.

When I think about our accomplishments — rebuilding a strong economy that’s helped millions of Americans find new jobs, making health care more affordable for those who need it, seeing our schools graduate students at record numbers — I’m always conscious of the fact that I didn’t do those things alone.

So this year, Yogesh, you’re at the top of my list. And I want to send you a short note to thank you for being part of everything we’ve done in my two terms as president.
Thanks for everything — and don’t forget to check your mailbox.
Barack Obama

Mail from President

Where should I send this note, Yogesh?

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Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016 5:00am Reply-to: democraticparty@democrats.org
To: Yogesh Sharma

Yogesh —

I always like to spend this time of year thinking through who and what I’m thankful for, and that’s especially true this year.

When I think about our accomplishments — rebuilding a strong economy that’s helped millions of Americans find new jobs, making health care more affordable for those who need it, seeing our schools graduate students at record numbers — I’m always conscious of the fact that I didn’t do those things alone.

So this year, Yogesh, you’re at the top of my list. And I want to send you a short note to thank you for being part of everything we’ve done in my two terms as president.

Thanks for everything — and don’t forget to check your mailbox.

Barack Obama

Mail from President

Where should I send this note, Yogesh?

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Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016 5:00am Reply-to: democraticparty@democrats.org
To: Yogesh Sharma

Yogesh —

I always like to spend this time of year thinking through who and what I’m thankful for, and that’s especially true this year.

When I think about our accomplishments — rebuilding a strong economy that’s helped millions of Americans find new jobs, making health care more affordable for those who need it, seeing our schools graduate students at record numbers — I’m always conscious of the fact that I didn’t do those things alone.

So this year, Yogesh, you’re at the top of my list. And I want to send you a short note to thank you for being part of everything we’ve done in my two terms as president.

Thanks for everything — and don’t forget to check your mailbox.

Barack Obama