President Barack Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday has got many anti-Donald Trump supporters impressed.
At the Democratic National Convention speech, which ended with Clinton appearing by his side, Obama began with a recitation of his achievements in office ― cut down unemployment and saving the auto industry, passing health care reform, a nuclear agreement with Iran and taking Osama bin Laden out.
He further admitted that the country still faces some pressing challenges ― people struggling with bills, an epidemic of gun violence ― but he also professed his strong belief in the country’s ability to fix its problems, even if “change is never easy, and never quick.”
“The America I know is full of courage and optimism and ingenuity,” Obama said. He further emphasizes the difference in his polices and that of the dark message that came from the Republican convention in Cleveland last week.
“What we heard was a deeply pessimistic vision of a country where we turn against each other, and turn away from the rest of the world. There were no serious solutions to pressing problems ― just the fanning of resentment and blame and anger and hate.”
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Also, Billionaire businessman and three-time mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg joined the president in standing in for Hillary Clinton.
Bloomberg urged Americans to vote for Hillary Clinton in November and to unite against Republican nominee Donald Trump, who he called a “dangerous demagogue.”
Talking about Trump, Michael Bloomberg also said:
“I’m a New Yorker and I know a con when I see one,”
“Today, as an Independent, an entrepreneur, and a former mayor, I believe we need a president who is a problem-solver, not a bomb-thrower; someone who can bring members of Congress together, to get big things done. And I know Hillary Clinton can do that, because I saw it firsthand!”
The current Vice president of America adds that Donald Trump has no clue.
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