U.S. President Obama speaks on Supreme Court same sex marriage ruling at White House in Washington

Obama sheds cool style for 'fearless' final lap in office

U.S. President Obama speaks on Supreme Court same sex marriage ruling at White House in WashingtonBy Roberta Rampton, Richard Cowan and Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Barack Obama has reached the stage of his presidency where if he wants to break out in song publicly, as he did with “Amazing Grace” in a eulogy on Friday, then he’s going to do it. With a year-and-a-half left in office, Obama is shedding some of his trademark “no drama” style for a looser approach, admitting that he feels more fearless and liberated. The icing on the cake came on Friday with the high court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage, a move Obama said was a “big step” toward equality for Americans.

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