OBAMA: "If you don't like how.. how things have been governed- you've got to vote!"
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Former President Obama took the stage in Newark, N.J., on Oct. 19, 2017, for his first post-presidency campaign event: a canvas kickoff for Phil Murphy, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate for New Jersey, and Sheila Oliver, who is running as his lieutenant governor. Obama did not address President Trump's false accusation that he failed to call any Gold Star families during his time in the White House; he did not mention Trump or any member of Congress by name. He did however, disavow political divisiveness and deride what he coined backward looking policies. "Some of the politics now we... we thought we put that to bed," he said, to laughter from the audience. "That's folks looking... 50 years back. It's the 21st century, not the 19th century." He also carried a message to those who are disenfranchised with "how things are going" but didn't vote: "you cannot complain!" Video source: AP
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Thank you @barackobama
for reminding America what true leadership looks like! We miss you! Thank you!
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