Governor Phil Bryant describes Obama's farewell speech 'heartfelt'
HATTIESBURG, Miss. - President Barack Obama delivered his farewell speech Tuesday in Chicago and Mississippi Republican Governor Phil Bryant described it as heartfelt.
The outgoing Commander in Chief is widely known for his talented speeches and Governor Bryant said President Obama's last address to the nation was very well received.
Governor Bryant said, “He was reflecting upon the things that he believes that he was able to accomplish as President of the United States."
"He was I believe was magnanimous towards president-elect Trump, I think as it goes it was very well delivered and well received.”
Governor Bryant said he looks forward to President-Elect Donald Trump taking office January 20.