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Obama speaks out against Trump and attacks 'politics of fear and resentment'

Obama speaks out against Trump and attacks 'politics of fear and resentment'

Alex Conant, a GOP strategist who worked on Sen.

Fox News released a excerpt of an upcoming interview with the Vice President, where he said Obama had rolled out "the same exhausted arguments that he and liberals have made over the last eight years". "It reminds the Republicans why these midterms are important".

For the start of his support tour, Mr. Obama chose a part of the nation, Orange County, rich in political symbolism.

The spotlight had been shining particularly bright on Trump and his administration this week after excerpts from a bombshell book by journalist Bob Woodward.

"The biggest threat to our democracy ... is not one individual, it is not one big super PAC billionaires", he said.

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As Obama spoke, Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One that he believed Sessions should investigate the identity of the author of an anonymous New York Times opinion piece that was sharply critical of his leadership, saying the essay was a "national security issue". "In two months we have a chance to restore some sanity to our politics".

Obama also highlighted two races in the state's Central Valley, praising venture capitalist Josh Harder in his bid to unseat four-term Republican Jeff Denham, and T.J. Cox, who is challenging David Valadao in a district where Democrats hold a 17-point advantage in voter registration.

Mr Obama's campaign activity will continue through October and will include fundraising appearances, according to an Obama adviser.

Trump quickly responded on Friday, telling a crowd in Fargo, North Dakota, that he "fell asleep" watching Obama's speech.

Former President Barack Obama used an appearance at the University of IL on Friday to vilify Donald Trump and the Republicans who control Congress, calling the GOP "radical" in using fear and division to hold power under the controversial president's leadership.

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In his speech, Obama criticized the divisive politics of the Trump era, decrying attacks on the freedom of the press, the justice system, and numerous other controversies. Hillary Clinton defeated Mr. Trump here in 2016. Meadows is a friend of the president's and chairs the hard-line House Freedom Caucus.

Those Democrats Obama rallied with on Saturday welcomed his return to the campaign trail. The rally is organized by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. "We have the chance to flip the House of Representatives and make sure there are real checks and balances in Washington", Obama said.

Obama warned that the country is at "one of those pivotal moments when everyone of us as citizens of the United States needs to determine just who it is that we are".

Obama emphasized to the students the "stakes really are higher" regarding this year's midterms.

It's too early to tell if Obama's engagement will move the needle for either party's turnout on Election Day.

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"More often it's manufactured by the powerful and privileged who want to keep us divided and keep us angry and keep us cynical because it helps them maintain the status quo and keep their power and keep their privilege", he also said.


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