President Obama donned a Native American hat and blanket at his eighth and final White House Tribal Nations conference.
President Obama spoke today at the White House Tribal Nations Conference to address issues of extreme importance to America's Native American population. But Twitter, because it's Twitter, had more of a field day with the tribal garb he was given to wear.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says the U.S. has made significant progress improving conditions for Native Americans but has more work to do. Obama says the U.S. must redouble efforts to ensure that every federal agency consults with tribal nations and works with them "sovereign to sovereign."
President Barack Obama says the U.S. has made significant progress improving conditions for Native Americans but has more work to do. Obama is speaking to the White House Tribal Nations … Click to Continue »
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