Published: Mon, September 10, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

Obama urges voters to mobilize against the 'politics of fear'

Obama urges voters to mobilize against the 'politics of fear'

Republican officials said Sunday it was disappointing to see both President Obama break the past example of recent ex-presidents by re-entering the political scene last week with a stinging rebuke of his successor, and for Mr. Obama to try to take credit for a burgeoning economy under President Trump.

Trump was dismissive of Obama's speech. Those races are considered crucial to the party's efforts to retake control of the House from Republican.

"None of this is conservative", Obama continued. When most Republican elites who are skeptical of Trump use the word "normal", they have in mind the policy agenda supported by Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell.

"It shouldn't be Democratic or Republican to say that we don't target groups of people because of what they look like or how they pray", Obama said.

However, given Obama's less-than-stellar track record at unity - millions of Americans would argue Obama is directly responsible for much of today's division - Sen.

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. "I found he's very good.for sleeping".

Traditionally, former presidents avoid criticizing their successors and don't take active roles in political affairs.

Obama's remarks to an auditorium of college students in IL - the state he represented before he won the White House - marked the opening salvo in a series of campaign stops aimed at boosting fellow Democrats in November's midterm elections, when voters will elect much of Congress and 36 state governorships. Obama, himself, acknowledged that his critique of President Trump was something of a deviation from tradition.

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"The situation had to be created and eight years of Obama might have helped".

Of course, that didn't stop him from attempting to take credit for the modest economic uptick the country is now experiencing. But more significantly, he urged Americans to vote for Democrats in November as a check on the Trump administration's "abuses of power".

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

But instead of showing up to vote for the Democrat, they hoped their folks would show up to make sure Obama's party was not put back in the majorities in Congress.

Far be it from us to agree with establishment "Republicans", but McEnany has a very good point.

"Many Republicans have called our Republican headquarters to ask what we can do in response to President Obama's visit", Walters wrote.

Calling out the president by name, Obama said Trump was a "symptom, not the cause" of broader ailments in the nation's politics. "He's just capitalizing on resentments that politicians have been fanning for years - a fear and anger that's rooted in our past but is also born out of the enormous upheavals that have taken place in your brief lifetimes".

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