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Former US President Barack Obama said that women are “undisputedly better” than men, noting that many global problems stem from men, especially from older generations who cling to power, adding that living standards will improve significantly if women are responsible for all Country in the world.

The former US president – who has repeatedly spoken of being a feminist – discussed what the world would look like if it was governed by women, in a conversation about leadership in Singapore, where Obama said, “Now women, I just want you to know, you are not idealists, but what I can say Undisputed, you are better than us men”, adding, “I am absolutely certain that for two years if every country on earth is run by women, you will see a marked improvement in everything … living standards and results”.

Obama and his daughters prepare breakfast in the kitchen

When asked if he would consider becoming a political leader again, Obama – who left the White House in 2017 – said leaders must retreat while in power for a long time, adding, “If you look at the world and look at problems, often the elderly old men usually don’t get out of the way”.

He continued – according to what was published by the British newspaper “The Independent”, Monday – “It is important for political leaders to try to remind themselves that you are there to do something, but you are not there for life, you are not there to support your sense of self-importance on your strength,” pointing to He emphasized the importance of gender equality during his time in the White House, and that he was a strong supporter of women’s reproductive rights.

The British newspaper report indicates that Obama wrote an article in Glamor magazine in 2016 about the meaning of the women’s movement and the commitment of society to ensuring equal opportunities for women and men, and former President Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama have created an institution that guides young leaders around The world since leaving the White House.

Former US President Barack Obama has written presidential notes that are not expected to be issued until next year, while Michelle’s book has become one of the most popular notes in history after it was released last year, with more than 11 million copies sold.

Former President Barack Obama with his family

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