In just under two months, the nation’s first African American president, Barack Obama, will exit the Oval Office to begin his next chapter. But as a presidential candidate who ran on hope and change eight years ago, how will history judge him? Soledad O’Brien spoke to two presidential historians, Allan Lichtman and Michael Kazin, to explore Obama’s legacy including immigration reform, national healthcare and restoring the economy. Watch the extended interview here.

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