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Former President Obama said Mr. Trump, his successor, will not be worthy to continue a second term if he cannot say what he will do for America
Former President Barack Obama has just mocked Donald Trump for evading a 60 Minutes interview and said it was a failure of Mr. Trump not being able to explain what he will do in the next term.
The incident happened after Trump abruptly ended an interview with veteran journalist Lesley Stahl on October 20, accusing her of being “biased, hostile and rude”. The US President shortly after revealed a White House recording of the interview Stahl asked if Trump was prepared for difficult questions, and Trump replied: “I don’t look wait for that, I aim for fairness “.
Speaking among a crowd of supporters in Miami, Florida, where a high number of Latino voters and people of color, Mr. Obama delivered a strong speech describing Mr. Trump as a weakness. , conspiracy theorist and shame for America.
“It’s a good idea if you run again to do what you want to accomplish. What did Mr. Trump say? He was pissed off and dodged the interview. The questions were too difficult. Too hard? If you evade an interview with 60 Minutes, you will not be able to fight a dictator “- Mr. Obama said.
He also called on people to support Joe Biden, his vice president for eight years in an effort to restore normal to America. He said that Mr. Joe Biden is really tough, while Mr. Trump just proved tough.
In addition, the former US president continued to criticize his successor for dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. “We actually left a recommendation to show them how to react before the virus reaches our shores. It has been lost with the Republican health care plan … he is. don’t even realize it’s a “problem.
“Mr. Donald Trump will not be quick to protect us all. He cannot even do things to protect himself” – Mr. Obama said.
On October 23, the United States recorded the highest number of new Covid-19 infections since the pandemic broke out in the United States with 83,000 cases.
The day after Obama’s speech, President Trump also reacted to the Twitter post: “No one came to support Mr. Obama’s hate speech. Only 47 people! No energy, but still better than Joe! “.