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Campaign Press Release - After Watching Joe Biden Fail Again and Again, Barack Obama Warns America

August 19, 2020

"Don't underestimate Joe's ability to f*ck things up."

Barack Obama urged Biden not to run for president in 2016 and 2020, preferred Hillary Clinton over his own vice president, questioned Biden's ability to win, and warned others "don't underestimate Joe's ability to f*ck things up."

But don't expect Obama to be as honest about Biden tonight as he was with his confidantes. Instead, Obama will simply remind voters of their eight years of terrible policies. At the end of their "America last" administration, Americans turned to President Trump to clean up their messes and put America first.

The Obama-Biden Administration FAILED to deliver for American workers. They oversaw the worst economic "recovery" since the Great Depression.

  • Under Obama and Biden, job growth averaged just 110,000 jobs per month, wages grew at a paltry average of just 2.2%, and the average unemployment rate was 7.4%. Even Joe Biden admitted workers were left behind in their "recovery."
  • Obama mocked President Trump's pledge to revive America's economy in 2016, asking "what magic wand does he have?" Obama said it was impossible, but President Trump succeeded.
  • Under Obama, Biden pushed for terrible trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that would have decimated even more jobs and continued Biden's decades-long record of helping foreign countries at the expense of working-class Americans.

The Obama-Biden Administration FAILED to keep Americans safe and coddled terrorists, jeopardizing American security.

The Obama-Biden Administration FAILED to deliver on healthcare, promising to make it more affordable and instead making it more expensive.

Donald J. Trump, Campaign Press Release - After Watching Joe Biden Fail Again and Again, Barack Obama Warns America Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/345857

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