On his final day in office, Obama was photographed standing alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on January 7, 2010.
The two leaders shook hands and exchanged a brief handshake, before the two men walked out of the building together.
Obama’s image on the photo album is almost entirely devoid of the pomp and circumstance he often portrays in public.
The photo album consists of a series of images taken by White House photographer Pete Souza, all of which are shot at the time of the inauguration and after the election.
The images were taken by Souza while Obama was sitting at a table in the White House Rose Garden, and they show the president smiling, posing, and signing an executive order in the Oval Office.
The photo album also includes a photograph of Obama signing the Affordable Care Act, a photograph taken just before he left the Oval Room to meet with then-President George W. Bush.
In the end, Obama’s image is arguably the most important in the album.
While the images of Obama have become widely known, his image as the most famous president in history is still often overlooked.
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