"The consequences of you staying home would be profoundly unsafe for our country, for this democracy", Obama said.
Former President Barack Obama brought his star power to the Democratic side of the campaign trail in Nevada on Monday, just days after President Donald Trump was rallying his base in the state for Sen. There is only one real check on bad policy, and that is you and your vote. "This November's elections are more important than any in my lifetime and that includes when I was on the ballot".
PREVIOUS UPDATE (11:55 a.m.): Former President Barack Obama is set to rally in Las Vegas with Democratic candidate for Senate Jacky Rosen and other Nevada Democrats.
The rally was focused on the state's Senate race where Democrat Jacky Rosen is challenging the Republican senator now in office, Dean Heller. Speakers hit hard on the need for high voter turnout throughout the day and advertised that early voting was underway in Nevada. "But we are also a nation of laws". "Unlike some, I actually try to state facts-I believe in facts- I believe in a fact-based reality, a fact-based politics", he said.
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"We are a generous and welcoming people here in the United States", Obama says in the 31-second clip. "I believe in facts", he offered, as the supportive crowd cheered.
"I can't just turn a blind eye to what's happening all around me". It's totally possible that Trump's comment was meant to be tongue-in-cheek, but still - it's not every day that you see Trump say he's on the same page with Obama on anything.
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Two more Democrats who sounded a lot like Trump?