US presidential elections 2016: Barack Obama’s final push for Hillary Clinton in Michigan

Donald Trump is temperamentally unfit to be the commander in chief: President Barack Obama

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 8, 2016 12:10:19 pm
Election 2016, US presidential Elections, obama, obama us elections, hillary clinton, barack obama clinton, donald Trump, obama trump, donald trump, us elections polls, us elections results, us elections news, us elections update, world news, latest world news President Barack Obama waves to supporters after speaking at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich., Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, during a campaign rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

On the last day of campaign before Election Day, US President Barack Obama gave a final push for Hillary Clinton in Michigan. Obama portrayed Clinton’s presidency as a replacement of his own and Donald Trump as a threat to democracy and unfit to be a leader.

Speaking to the public in to a crowd at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Obama urged them to turn out in large numbers and elect Clinton.

President Obama talked about his presidency and the progress the United States made under his leadership. Talking about the condition of the United States before his leadership eight years ago, he said, “we took what could have been a great depression and turned it into recovery.”

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“I ask you to do for Hillary what you did for me,” Obama told the rally. He implored on the progress America has made in job, poverty, health insurance, climate change, assassination of Osama Bin Laden, education, marriage equality, etc. Saying the progress the country has made will go down in the drain if they vote for Donald trump.

President Obama bashed  Donald Trump saying that he is unqualified for the job and can’t be trusted with Nuclear. “Donald Trump is temperamentally unfit to be the commander in chief.”

“You have the chance to reject a coarse, divisive, mean-spirited politics that would take us backwards,” President Obama said. “Tomorrow you get to choose between a politics of blame and divisiveness and resentment. Or you can choose a politics that says we are all stronger together,”  he added.

This is the last campaign before President Obama heading to an Election Day-eve final rally in Philadelphia with the Hillary Clinton, along with Vice President Joe Biden, former President Bill Clinton, and First Lady Michelle Obama.

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