Nobel Peace Prize-Winning Obama Has Been at War Longer Than Any Other President

This month, President Barack Obama officially became the U.S. president to have been at war the longest.  

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Eric Owens | The Daily Caller

This month, President Barack Obama officially became the U.S. president to have been at war the longest — longer than Lyndon Johnson, longer than Abraham Lincoln and certainly longer than George W. Bush.

Obama acquired the highly dubious honor on May 6, observes The New York Times.

He’s not done yet, either. Far from it! With eight months left to go in his presidency, and with America’s military fighting in several places far-flung, Obama is virtually certain to be the only U.S. president to spend a full eight years presiding over combat.

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