Barack Obama Slams Donald Trump Era Ahead of Crucial US Midterm Elections

Barack Obama Slams Donald Trump Era Ahead of Crucial US Midterm Elections

Barack Obama Slams Donald Trump Era Ahead of Crucial US Midterm Elections

Gillum is running against conservative Rep. Ron DeSantis, a Trump favorite in Congress, while Nelson, an incumbent, will face Gov. Rick Scott.

Trump's campaign stops were aimed at bolstering Republicans challenging incumbent Democratic senators in West Virginia and in, states he won in the 2016 presidential election.

"Black progressive candidates are betting that Trump's high disapproval rating among black voters coupled with the chance to make history will be sufficient motivation to increase turnout", wrote Theodore Johnson of the Brennan Center for Justice.

I have an "aging grandmother", she said.

Obama was in Miami and Atlanta, each home to minority voters that Democratic gubernatorial candidates Andrew Gillum in Florida and Stacey Abrams in Georgia need to turn out in force on Tuesday.

Trump also said "nobody was worse to the press than Obama", after Obama spoke in defense of the First Amendment. The singer took to Instagram today, just two days before midterm elections on November 6 to voice her support of the candidate. Bill Nelson (D) nodded at this from their seats behind the former president. Politicians will often say that, but this time it's actually true.

Democratic supporters wait in line to see former President Barack Obama.

The graphic, aired during "All In", with openly liberal host Chris Hayes, shows Gillum receiving about 45,000 more votes.

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The race, in brief: President Donald Trump has taken a keen interest in this particular race, making Gillum a target of his Twitter rage.

'We have seen repeated attempts to divide us with rhetoric created to make us angry and make us fearful, ' Obama said in Miami.

Trump said having Rosendale in the Senate will be "phenomenal". "They are lying to you", he said in remarks that were interrupted several times by hecklers.

Trump argued that Gillum would "destroy Florida" and claimed that Gillum's policies would be a "total nightmare" for the state.

In West Virginia, Trump's third visit in three months was aimed at shoring up Patrick Morrisey, who is seeking to unseat Democratic Senator Joe Manchin.

Meanwhile, an NBC/Marist poll found both Gillum and Nelson to have identical leads of 50-46 percent over their respective GOP challengers. "I know a lot of people are waiting until tomorrow".

Trump also acknowledged that Democrats could win a congressional majority - though he suggested he wouldn't be to blame if they do.

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