The old guard is out! Obama makes long overdue appearance at rally to add more fuel to US elections

In his first personal campaign pitch for former Vice President Joe Biden on Oct. 21, former President Barack Obama sharply criticized President Trump’s response to the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, his culpability in the country’s discord and his overall adaptability to the job, according to U.S. media reports.

With less than two weeks until Election Day, Obama held a campaign rally in Philadelphia where he promised voters that Biden and his running mate, Harris, could fix the fractured country. He extolled the virtues of democracy and citizenship as “human values” that the United States must once again embrace.

During the 35-minute speech, Obama spent most of the time berating Trump for his “inability to take the job seriously” and only being interested in himself, saying, “America is a wonderful and decent place, but we’ve just seen too much nonsense and too much noise. “

Obama said, “I want you to remember what this country can become. I ask that you believe in Biden and Harris’ ability to lead this country out of the dark ages and help us rebuild it better. What we do in the next 13 days will be critical for decades to come.”

As he did in his speech at the Democratic National Convention two months ago, Obama was relentless with his successor. This time, however, Obama didn’t wear a tie; he rolled up his sleeves and launched into his attack rhetoric with humorous sarcasm.

Obama said, “I never thought Trump would embrace my vision or continue my policies, but for the sake of the country, I do hope that he will take the job seriously and show some interest in the job.”

Four years ago, Obama gave his final speech for Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia. Obama reminded voters that Trump won an Electoral College majority in 2016 after narrowly defeating Clinton in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, where he lost the national popular vote.