- President Barack Obama has finally placed his endorsement behind Hillary Clinton.
- Obama will be campaigning alongside Hillary in Wisconsin later in June.
- In a video released by the Democratic party, Obama said that Hillary might be the most qualified candidate to ever seek the presidency.
Finally, Barack Obama is able to endorse his BFF, Hillary Clinton, for President. I’m sure he was about to burst with the anticipation of her becoming the Democrats presumptive nominee. Everyone knows the President has been waiting, for what seems like ages, to throw his endorsement into the ring. Yet he didn’t stop at the endorsement, he advised the supporters of Bernie Sanders to put their support behind Hillary and to “unite” the Democratic party.
I’m sure Bernie Sanders is feeling the love from our current President right about now. It was only yesterday that Bernie Sanders and Barack Obama had a meeting at the White House, which I’m sure was just an informal meeting to inform Sanders that Obama is going to throw his supporters to Hillary.
A formal video was released by the Democratic party in which Obama stated that Hillary might be the most qualified candidate to ever seek the presidency.
“Look, I know how hard this job can be,” Obama said. “That’s why I know Hillary will be so good at it. In fact, I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office.”
That’s a big statement to fulfill Hillary.
Of course, Sanders had nothing to say when asked about his thoughts on Obama’s endorsement of Hillary. I’m sure it doesn’t make him feel any better to know that Obama will be campaigning with Hillary in Green Bay, Wisconsin on June 16th.
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“Secretary Clinton and Sen. Sanders may have been rivals during this primary, but they’re both patriots who love this country,” he said.
Cheer up Bernie! At least the President said some nice things about you, that is good for something, right?