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Harold is one of over 12,000 individuals living in our nation’s capital without a home. I met him in Lafayette Square, a park located directly across the street from Obama’s government subsidized cushy home, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

When Harold was released from prison, he moved in with his grandmother. She passed away and he had no place to go. He ended up on the streets.

I asked Harold what his future looked like. All he said was, “I have got to find a job.

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