Obama Gives Props to Ambitious Teens Who Were Mentored by White House Aides

When one teen in the White House Mentorship and Leadership Program told President Barack Obama that he hoped to become attorney general one day, Obama broke down some of the steps the student would need to take in order to get closer to that goal.

“I walked him through all the other steps: He had to go to college; he had to graduate from college; you had to take the L-S-A-T—the LSAT; he had to get into a law school,” Obama said during the program’s graduation ceremony at the White House on Monday.

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