Breaking Down Obama’s Intervention into the Brexit Debate

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President Barack Obama on Friday intervened in the debate over whether the United Kingdom should leave the European Union, as he strongly advocated for the country to remain since the UK “is at its best when it’s leading a strong Europe.”

Obama, who came out forcefully for the UK to vote to stay in the EU in both a Daily Telegraph editorial and a press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, called the outcome of the June 23 referendum a “matter of deep interest to the United States.”

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