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Obama holds final press conference on Wednesday: White House

The session will take place at 2:15 p.m., three days before Donald Trump takes office.
Reuters

President Barack Obama will hold his final press conference as president on Wednesday afternoon, the White House said.

The press conference will be held at 2:15 p.m. Obama is set to leave office on Friday, when he will be succeeded by Republican President-elect Donald Trump.

Obama is leaving office with the highest approval rating since 2009, according to the latest CNN/ORC poll. The president's approval rating stands at 60 percent, with the public largely viewing his presidency as a success and a majority saying they will miss him when he is out of office.

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As an outgoing president, Obama's ranks near the top of the list. Bill Clinton's approval in 2001 was at 66 percent; Ronald Reagan's was at 64 percent in 1989.