— Feeling All the Feelings

George Clooney shared his most touching memory of President Obama, and where are the tissues?

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It’s hard to believe that we’ll soon be saying goodbye to President Barack Obama after eight years of service as Commander-in-Chief. Many people have been taking time to reflect on their favorite moments and memories of the outgoing president.

And now, George Clooney shared a memorable moment of President Obama, and it’s making us seriously emotional.

Of course, Clooney isn’t the first person to share positive memories of Obama. Famous people and regular citizens alike have been sharing all sorts of reflections about the current president. And, since, his official farewell address happens tonight, people everywhere will be sharing all sorts of heartfelt thoughts about him.

Clooney had worked with Obama a great deal during the Darfur crisis.

And while he undoubtedly had plenty of memories from their time together on that worthy cause, it was a different memory that he shared. While speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Clooney shared a moment when Obama sang to help heal broken hearts.

He said, “The idea that the president of the U.S. can show up in South Carolina after nine people in a church had been shot and sing ‘Amazing Grace’ – and the way he sang ‘Amazing Grace’ – was one of the most moving things I’ve ever seen in my life.”

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