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The former President Barack Obama on Thursday night said that “the threat to our democracy not only by a person in the White house,” as he stumped for local Democrats at an Ohio rally.
The 44th President, addressing a crowd at a high school, said that in the existing political climate, “use of higher -” and he stressed that “the consequences of sitting one of us on the sidelines are far more dangerous.”
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The election campaign for gubernatorial candidate Richard Cordray, Obama as the candidate, a “friend” and “one of the first people ever on the endorsement of my candidacy for the presidency.”
Obama did not shy away from current political events. He said the Democratic voters are “marched” and “mobilized” and “voted to make history,” but even if the party won seats, “it was a step backwards” — what he said, the US-to endure, in this moment.
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Obama, a former senator from Illinois, then spoke about the Republican party, says that even those who have gained “seem happy.”
“You would think that the Republicans — they won the presidency, they won the house and won the Senate — you are still mad, this is interesting,” he said.
Obama said that the to see what the country is “conservative” and the cheering crowd says: “all of this is normal, what we see. This is radical.”
His appearance on Thursday is one of several that he makes across the country, to strengthen the search, Democrats, to win the efforts of seats in the state elections and the house of representatives.
On Saturday, Obama said in the South of California, that the midterm elections give the Americans “a chance to restore some sanity in our policies,” and told the crowd, “If we can’t come to step things up even worse.”
Republican Gov. John Kasich, elected in the year 2014, is the notion of hope-limited and the Democrats to recapture control of the office. The Dems are out of power at every level of Ohio government.
Cordray, he was appointed by Obama to serve as the first Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and held that post competitions from 2012 to 2017, faces Republican state Attorney General Mike DeWine in one of the season’s most-watched Governor’s elections.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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