Barack Obama: Donald Trump is ‘jealous of Covid’s media coverage’

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We always knew that Barack Obama would enter the campaign trail in the final weeks, but what I wasn’t expecting was the joy radiating from Obama as campaigns for his former vice president. Obama was always a great campaigner – he’s folksy at times, professorial at times, a great orator, and always a great communicator. But he’s flat-out having FUN as he campaigns for the Biden-Harris ticket. I don’t know who’s helping him write his campaign speeches this time around, but they are coming up with some zingers aimed squarely at getting under Donald Trump’s thin orange skin. Obama was in Orlando, Florida yesterday for a “drive-in rally,” which is all part of the Biden-Harris campaign’s effort to campaign responsibly during a pandemic, and NOT host super-spreader events. Again, Obama’s speech is fun, so I’m posting the whole video:

My favorite lines: “What is his closing argument?… That people are too focused on Covid. He said this at one of his rallies ‘Covid, Covid, Covid’, he is complaining. He is jealous of Covid’s media coverage.” LMAO. He had more zingers specific to the pandemic too: “If he had been focused on Covid from the beginning, cases would not be reaching record highs across the country this week, the White House would not be having its second outbreak in a month. Winter is coming. They are waving the white flag of surrender. Florida, we can’t afford four more years of this, that’s why we’ve got to send Joe Biden to the White House.” Winter is coming!! Tell Bigly that THE NORTH REMEMBERS.

Obama also clowned on Trump for still talking about his inauguration crowd size (which Trump keeps mentioning in rallies!!), and Barry clowned on Trump calling himself “the best president for black folks since Abe Lincoln. Man … his son in law says black folks have to want to be successful. That’s the problem. Who are these folks? What history books do they read? Who do they talk to?”

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