Tuesday evening he was back, but this time, he was saying goodbye.
“My fellow Americans, it has been the honor of my life to serve you,” President Obama said to a packed and enthusiastic convention center.
Mr. Obama’s speech felt familiar coming from the leader. He offered a sense of hope -- one last time -- to the American people, the same slogan he used during his 2008 presidential campaign.
From a warm standing ovation to the crowd chanting “four more years,” there were several key moments during Mr. Obama’s farewell address. Here are seven that stood out:1. Defining a legacy
In a nod to his legacy, Mr. Obama said the country is in a better and stronger place than when he first took office. He highlighted what he said is one of the longest streaks in job growth in the country’s history.
He also reminded the American people about his signature bill, the Affordable Care Act.Read more at CBS News