Campaign-Mode Obama Stumps for Democrats in California

Campaign-Mode Obama Stumps for Democrats in California

Obama also addressed Trump's tone-deaf comments a year ago, when the president claimed that there were "some very fine people on both sides" during the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that saw white supremacists squaring off against anti-racism protesters.

Obama's speech was a preview of the arguments he will make on the campaign trail - partly in an attempt to reach out to voters in parts of the country he won in 2012, but which voted for Trump in 2016. "He is just capitalising on resentments that politicians have been fanning for years", he added before condemning the Republican party for "shielding" Trump from facing the consequences of his worst actions.

That Illinois speech was a break from tradition - one where former commanders-in-chief don't criticize their successors - but Obama argued that Trump's presidency represented a time when everyone needed to stand up.

The objective for Democrats now is to ride against Trump supposition and turn out voters in November. "President Trump opens the jar, and he said, I loosened it for you", said Mr. McCarthy on Fox Business Network's "Sunday Morning Futures".

Vice President Mike Pence acknowledged old President Barack Obama's criticism would procedure a honest distinction between Democrats and Republicans within the advertising and marketing and marketing campaign.

Former U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday told attendees at a Democratic rally that the United States government "is a government for everybody".

The Republican Party of Orange County sent out an email Friday signed by Rep. Mimi Walters, R-Laguna Niguel, encouraging party members "to volunteer at your closest Republican field office to make phone calls or knock on doors" this weekend. "Suddenly, deficits don't matter, even though just two years ago, when the deficit was lower, they said, 'I couldn't help working families or seniors because it was, the deficit was, in existential crisis".

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Bongino stated his opinion bluntly: "Barack Obama was one of the most divisive presidents in American history".

The former president will be campaigning for Democrats over the next two months, until the general election, according to the Times.

The commentator went on to attack the GOP. "I found he's very good - very good for sleeping", he said. "We don't have a situation where some are more equal than others". The biggest political shock came in the 2016 presidential election when Orange County voters chose Hillary Clinton over Trump.

Some said they didn't mind that Obama took a softer approach. He also claimed that Obama was trying to take credit for this, "incredible thing that's happening to our country", primarily referring to one of his favorite talking points, the economic recovery.

"Some of you may think I'm exaggerating when I say this November's elections are more important than any I can remember in my lifetime", Obama said Friday.

Next week, Obama plans to campaign in Ohio for Richard Cordray, the Democratic nominee for governor, and Ohio Democrats.

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