Obama, who wrote a book about race and identity in America, was asked about how that book would be different if he were a young man growing up in America now. "In some ways, I'm able to see it through the eyes of my daughters," Obama said on CBS's "Face the Nation."He noted his daughters had a "unique circumstance" of growing up in the White House, though, adding they're not "typical of black kids, or Latino kids, [or] other ethnic minorities around the country." "But in some ways, I'd be more optimistic," he said. "I look at the way in which my daughters take for granted their right to aspire to anything." He then addressed his daughters' interactions with their white friends, noting they have a "common culture and a common language and common perspectives that were far more segregated even when I was growing up." "And that wasn't that long ago. So in a lot of ways, I would feel more hopeful. Ironically, I think precisely because things have gotten better, what I've heard from younger African-Americans is more shock about the images and the videos from Minnesota or Baton Rouge," he continued. Race relations may not be like the 50's or 60's, but they are quickly approaching to that level under a black Muslim president. Let's not forget Obama that you have personally invited a group called Black Lives Matter to the White House, who continues to call for the deaths of whites and police officers in America. Mr. Obama for the last seven years under your administration you have turned race relations in America into a possible civil war that is brewing, but more than likely you will never admit because this is likely his plan and the plan of his masters at the United Nations.