If you haven’t found your stride, don’t count yourself out as future POTUS just yet.

In the full-length trailer of Netflix’s Barack Obama biopic, Barry, our 44th president isn’t the confident man we know him to be today.

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Devon Terrell plays a young Obama studying at Columbia University in the early ‘80s, struggling to find a place where he belongs.

“You a whole different type of brotha,” an acquaintance says over a meal.

“I fit in nowhere,” Obama confides in another friend.

The trailer also shows Michelle’s husband take a hit to the face and get harassed by law enforcement for the color or his skin.

Learn more about the man who ran on hope when Barry hits small screens on Dec. 16.