Clinton and Obama are slated to campaign together for the first time at a rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on October 27, 2016. The first lady got a loud round of applause when she pointed out what previous generations sacrificed for the right to vote, and encouraged everyone to exercise that right. "End of story." "Casting our vote is the ultimate way to go high when they go low." . "Vote Hillary. #FirstWoman", the ad concludes. Defeat Crooked Hillary PAC is now airing an ad in Winston-Salem titled "Can't Run Her House", which shows Obama seemingly hitting Clinton for her husband's extramarital affairs in 2008.
Michelle Obama's stinging denunciation of Trump after a leaked 2005 video showed him making lewd remarks and bragging about groping women was seen by many as one of the campaign's most striking condemnations of the NY businessman.
And when her time in the White House was ending, Clinton began plotting her return to Washington. She said that the election would be decided by the people in the "greatest country on earth".
Obama has emerged as a compelling force in the hard-fought campaign, delivering powerful arguments against Republican Donald Trump and in support of Clinton's bid to become the first female president in United States history. Clinton asked before turning over the dais, calling her "our awesome first lady". Trump, he said, told Clinton "you are one tough and talented woman". Michelle Obama's approval ratings actually increased by 6 percentage points after her Democratic National Convention speech.
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Clinton leapt on Trump's comments Thursday, declaring: "I don't understand how anyone would want to rub salt in the wounds of a grieving family".
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Guardiola said: "We came here and played with huge personality but it is always hard to play Barcelona with 11". We have to improve in that because in the important games against important teams you don't have many chances.
"We want a president who takes this job seriously and who has the temper and maturity to do it well", Obama told the raucous crowd of about 11,000 in Winston-Salem, "someone who's steady, someone we can trust with the nuclear codes".
Though Clinton maintains a lead nationally, polls show the race in Florida has tightened between Clinton and Donald Trump. And the presidential race could have major consequences for two other Republicans seeking reelection in close contests: Sen.
During the election campaign, we saw how Michelle emerged as one of the most vocal anti-Trump voices.
He went on to tout Clinton's accomplishments as first lady, senator and secretary of state, but he spent as much - if not more - time praising Murphy and criticizing Rubio. While Clinton held onto her maiden name, her Democratic successor let it be known she preferred the "Mrs." title.
"One of the things, the important aspects of this race, is role modeling what good families should look like". The new Obama is throwing himself into rebuilding his party in his final months in the White House and vowing to keep at it once he's left. In her appearance on "The Breakfast Club", popular with African-American voters, singer Stevie Wonder serenaded the woman he called "Madam President Clinton". She's got to say what she's got to say.
The GenForward survey from the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago with The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research examines how young people feel about the 2016 presidential campaign and provides the only source of comprehensive data on how young people perceive the candidates.