WATCH: Full Video Of President Obama's Interview With NPR : The Two-Way The interview was wide-ranging and nuanced. Obama touched on topics ranging from Iran to his view of race relations in the country to the new political reality of a Legislature controlled by the GOP.
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WATCH: Full Video Of President Obama's Interview With NPR

Over the past few days, NPR has been airing chunks of Steve Inskeep's in-depth interview with President Obama.

There have been pieces that touched on foreign policy, Iran, race relations and a future political climate in which the GOP will control both houses of Congress.

There's a lot there, and Obama talks about all of those topics with much nuance. So, below we've embedded the full 43-minute interview.

Yes, it's an investment, but at the end of it, you'll have a better understanding of a president who — with much controversy and amid strong political division — has made moves on some fundamental issues, including health care and immigration.

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