In just two short days, President Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States of America will transmit office to President-elect Donald J. Trump. While the Republican administration is busy getting ready to take over the Oval Office, the Senate, and the House, the much-relaxed Obama has been busy winding down his presidency.

Eight years ago, the young senator from Chicago fought a brutal and sometimes racially charged campaign to become the 44th President of the USA. After serving two terms as the US President from January 2008 – January 2016, number 44 recently made his farewell speech to the nation.

However, on January 20, 2017, millions will tune in on their television set to watch the grand occasion of Donald J. Trump’s inauguration. The President-elect will be sworn in to serve as the leader of the United States for the next four years.

USA traitor freed by President Obama

But while the White House is busy preparing for the transition of the outgoing and incoming leaders of the free world, Barack Obama is also busy scheduling a vacation with his wife and two daughters. In fact, the Potus has now taken on a new role, and his new title is the ‘Clemency President’.

Over the past few days, he has been very active commuting the sentences of many prisoners. Several of these inmates were condemned to die in prison from the life sentences they were mandated to serve.

But, the most surprising pardon was given to Chelsea Manning, the US soldier who was branded as a traitor for sending thousands of classified military information to the infamous WikiLeaks website.

'Clemency President' freed 2009 condemned criminals

Manning is among 209 inmates who were condemned to die or to spend the rest of their lives in prison.

According to an article in the Huffington Post, the current President is the only leader in the history of the nation that has granted such clemency to incarcerated individuals.

President Barack Obama’s slogan of HOPE - is now a reality for many who would have otherwise missed out on the chance to be integrated back into society and help contributes to building the nation’s economy.