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Dems running in states where Trump won by double digits would prefer Obama stay far away

Former President Obama is set to dive into the midterm elections next week with a speech in Illinois where he is expected to urge Democrats across the country to vote — addressing a problem that plagued the party in 2016.

Obama has kept a low political profile since leaving office, but sources familiar with his plans say he will soon hit the campaign trail to help Democrats in their quest to take back the House, protect vulnerable Senate incumbents and win state legislative races.

https://www.infowars.com/obama-readies-f...no-thanks/
(09-03-2018, 10:46 PM)FringeDude Wrote: [ -> ]Dems running in states where Trump won by double digits would prefer Obama stay far away

Former President Obama is set to dive into the midterm elections next week with a speech in Illinois where he is expected to urge Democrats across the country to vote — addressing a problem that plagued the party in 2016.

Obama has kept a low political profile since leaving office, but sources familiar with his plans say he will soon hit the campaign trail to help Democrats in their quest to take back the House, protect vulnerable Senate incumbents and win state legislative races.

https://www.infowars.com/obama-readies-f...no-thanks/

How can he do this? He is not a citizen of the U.S. He was born in Kenya... Chuckle Someone call Joe Arpaio, he will be interested.
Wait for the October surprise, Mr Kenya. Then we'll see how far he falls

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