Fox & Friends Weekend host Pete Hegseth, who interviewed President Donald Trump two days ago, declared this morning that former President Barack Obama has "Trump Derangement Syndrome". "He is just capitalising on resentment that politicians have been fanning for years".
The objective for Democrats now is to ride against Trump supposition and turn out voters in November.
A top New York Democrat said Sunday that he is siding with President TrumpDonald John TrumpTiger Woods calls Nike's Kaepernick campaign a "beautiful spot" EPA lost more than 1,500 workers in first 18 months of Trump administration: report Trump: Races that GOP was not thinking about winning "are now very close" MORE regarding the anonymous New York Times op-ed published this week, expressing concerns that an "unelected White House "cabal" seems to be working against Trump". "I'm sorry, I watched it, but I fell asleep", Trump stated at a campaign appearance in Fargo, North Dakota.
The former USA president has been back on the campaign trail as he bids to help fellow Democrats regain control of the House in November.
"He is a re-energizer for progressives who care about what's at stake and a reminder for independents that we can have a President who isn't an embarrassment to the country", said Jesse Ferguson, a Democratic strategist who worked on Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign.
Obama continued, "And you happen to be coming of age during one of those moments". All these terrified tea party activists, and the Republican leaders warning of profound social transformation, were really just concerned about the budget deficit. "It works for me", Whitaker said.
The Democratic former president assailed Republicans as "unwilling to find the backbone" to challenge Trump head-on - accusing them instead of answering "outrageous" actions with "vague statements of disappointment". "Where there's a vacuum in our democracy, when we are not participating, we're not paying attention, when we're not stepping up - other voices fill the void".
Obama urges voters to mobilise against the 'politics of fear'
"I found he's very good, very good for sleeping".
He went on to attack Trump by name. "And if you thought elections don't matter, I hope these last two years have corrected the impression".
Trump fired back by pointing at the country's 4.2 percent growth rate for the second quarter - accusing Obama of "trying to take credit for this incredible thing that's happening".
"If you're a patriot and you like the course America is on, just ignore them, get behind this president, and vote", she told her viewers.
"This is not normal", Obama said during his hour-long address.
Following his California visit, Obama will travel to OH next Thursday for an event for Richard Cordray, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate in OH, and he is also slated to headline a campaign event in Pennsylvania later this month, and a NY fundraiser for the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, an organization led by former Attorney General Eric Holder, Obama's longtime friend.
Obama also praised venture capitalist Josh Harder in his bid to unseat four-term Republican Jeff Denham, and T.J. Cox, who is challenging David Valadao in a district where Democrats hold a 17-point advantage in voter registration.
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The US has reportedly eliminated the Chapter 19 provision in the agreement with Mexico, but Canada has insisted on its retention. Noting that as part of its side of the bargain Mexico agreed to "locking in reforms and liberalization", Mr.