Obama has yet to read archived letters from his father

Letters and documents from President Obama's father, Barack Obama, Sr., have been stored in the Schomburg Center archives in New York City since 2013. And while the research library has invited the president to read the letters, to date, the president has refused. Washington Examiner:   "Nearly three years later, as Mr. Obama celebrates his last Father's Day in the White House, the center is still waiting for a response," the newspaper reports. The unearthed letters include about two dozen of his father's letters, including his transcripts from the University of Hawaii and Harvard, references from professors, advisers and supporters.   Most of the letters — both typed and handwritten — describe his studies in the United States, but also "lays bare the beginnings of the fractured relationship between father and son," the newspaper reports. The elder Obama went to study in Hawaii where he met his second...(Read Full Post)