The Obama 2012 campaign is officially underway. President Obama's campaign office has released a 17-minute documentary that highlights the landmark moments of his first term in office. Watch it inside....
President Barack Obama has had many shining moments during his first term in office (even though you wouldn't know it if you only listened to the Republican side of things), and now his campaign team has released a documentary highlighting his accomplishments.
During the 17-minute clip, former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel talks about the President on health care reform, Vice President Joe Biden shares comments about the killing of Osama bin Laden, and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau creator Elizabeth Warren discusses the auto bailout.
And in one highlight, the President talks about the bin Laden raid saying,
"I didn't have time for a lot of feelings at that point because our guys were still in that compound. And it wasn't until I knew they were across the border, safe, everybody was accounted for, including the dog, that I allowed for some satisfaction."
Watch the documentary in full below: