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The Biggest Political Surprises of the Decade

  • Bush On Insurgents: ‘Bring ‘Em On’ 

During a 2003 press conference about the security situation in Iraq, Bush said “bring ’em on” to anti-American fighters.

2. Obama Gets Elected


On November 4, 2008, Americans made history by electing Barack Hussein Obama, the nation’s first African-American president.

3. Shoe Thrown At President Bush

Sock and awe: 10 years ago this shoe-throwing Iraqi journalist made history

During a press conference in December 2008, an outraged Iraqi journalist threw both of his shoes at George W. Bush. Bush displayed his nimbleness with a well-timed duck.

4. Howard Dean Yells

Howard Dean. (Photo: Paul Sancya/Associated Press)

On a fateful day in January 2004, a scream and the media attention that followed helped doom Howard Dean’s presidential aspirations.

5. Obama Gets Nobel Peace Prize

Barack Obama Nobel Peace Prize

To the surprise of many throughout the world, in October 2009, the Norwegian Nobel Committee decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize to Barack Obama for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.”

6. September 11 attacks

Probably the worst and most impactful incident happens at the start of this decade.

World Trade Center and Pentagon attacked on Sept. 11, 2001


I personally conclude that there was some incidents happen that have the most impact on all over the world like the World Trade Centre and When Brack Obama become the president of the USA.



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