WATCH: Obama Rosh Hashanah Message – Jewish New Year Reminds us ‘Our Job is Never Done’

Arutz sheva reports:  President Barack Obama on Sunday wished the Jewish people a Shana Tova (Happy New Year) on the occasion of Rosh Hashanah, for the final time as President of the United States.

“For me personally, my last Rosh Hashanah in the White House is a chance to reflect on the great privilege I’ve had as president to work closely with the Jewish community: to speak at synagogues here in the United States and abroad, to place a private prayer in the ancient cracks of the Kotel, to retell the timeless story of the Exodus at our annual White House seders, and to walk through Buchenwald with Elie Wiesel, meet with young Israelis in Jerusalem and present the Medal of Freedom to Shimon Peres,” said Obama.

“While we’ve accomplished a lot together in the last seven-and-a-half years, much work remains, as it always does,” he continued.

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