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Obama Says Hispanic Culture Is 'Woven Into Our Daily Lives'

President Barack Obama praised the Hispanic community Wednesday for all the contributions it has made to the United States. During the White House’s annual Hispanic Heritage Month reception, Obama said Hispanic heritage is one of the richest in the world. “And the United States is blessed to share so much of it,” he said. “Traditions, food, music, of course, from Colombia and Cuba, Dominican Republic, countries across Central America, South America — it’s woven into our daily lives.
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