Daemon weaver, Who gained national fame after interviewing the President Barack Obama Has died in the White House in 2009.
Candace Hardy, Weaver’s sister, said Palm beach post Her brother died of natural causes on 1 May. He was 23 years old. More details about his death have not been released.
Weaver, a communications major at Albany State University, interviewed the 44th president when he was just 11, during a conversation that focused primarily on education, including what to do to improve school lunches. Could have done.
Weaver revealed that he was “heavily bullied” at school in the interview and asked Mr. Obama how he would handle it.
Obama responded, “I think when you’re president, you’re responsible for a lot of things.” “A lot of people are having a hard time and they are hurting there. And the main thing I try to do is to focus on trying to do a good job, and trying to understand that sometimes. Sometimes people go crazy about things.
In addition to Obama, Weaver also interviewed the then Vice President Joe Biden And now retired NBA star Dwyane Wade.
Hardy said that his brother was “just a good person, true, very intelligent,” as well as “very vocal, outgoing”.
“He never called anyone ‘no’,” she continued. Palm beach post.
He also said that the interview with Obama was “a lifetime experience … it was life-changing for him.”
Our thoughts are with Damon Weaver’s family and friends at the time of the loss.