Obama, in Beverly Hills, action, donations, says GOP ‘crazy even if you win’

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Report: Obama holding secret talks with candidates in 2020

The former President Barack Obama is reportedly meeting secretly with the 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls, and offer advice on the future of the party; reaction to ” The story.’

While an expensive charity event in Beverly Hills on Thursday, the former President Barack accuses Obama, “the other side”, “angry all the time.”

“You’re crazy, even if you win. Have you noticed that?” Obama said in an interview with the Democratic National Committee Chairman, Tom Perez, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The statement contrasts sharply with the recent news about the public “naming and shaming” of trump administration officials like Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and GOP officials like Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Over 200 donors are paid anywhere from $2,700 to $100,000 and to participate in the Obama-Perez discussion, which also reported a performance from singer Christina Aguilera, the paper.

In L. A., Obama, the donor asks not to take elections for granted: “We see the consequences” of a political story that is based on fear

— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) 29. June 2018

They often talk focuses on Obama, drawing stark comparisons between the years of his presidency, and the term of office of his successor, he didn’t mention by name.

Said “to a large degree, we see a competition between the two stories,” Obama said, according to the time. “It is the story is based largely on fear, and it is a story, largely in the hope. It is the story that says we are in him, and there is the story that says there is an us and them.”

He also warned his fellow Democrats against the recording for granted, the merge is their frustration with the Republican leadership in Washington in a “blue wave” of the votes in the elections in November.

“I respect that think us from extrapolating too much from a series of special elections and the start would be OK, ‘take care of itself.’ Because it’s not,” Obama said.

“Fear is power,” the former President added, suggesting that the emotion helps motivate Republican voters.

The event was held at the home of Allan and Nicole Mutchnik. Allan Mutchnik, is an executive at Harbor Freight Tools, donated to the Democratic candidates, the Times reported.

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