PHILADELPHIA – Former President Barack Obama campaigned for Biden in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, addressing a crowd at a roundtable in Philadelphia where his supporters listened to his message of hope and change. Obama, who served with Biden as vice president for eight years, will urge his supporters to vote for him and other Democratic candidates, an adviser to the former president said. Former US President Obama returns to Philadelphia for a campaign event for former Vice President Joe Biden at the Philadelphia Convention Center on Monday, October 29, 2016. Biden, who Obama campaigned with during his eight years as Pennsylvania governor, spoke to black leaders during roundtables in Philadelphia.
My father was one of several speakers introduced tonight to former President Barack Obama, who spoke at a rally in support of him and his Vice President Joe Biden at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Pennsylvania on Monday, October 29, 2016. My father is one of several speakers introduced tonight to former President Obama, who is speaking at a rally in support of him, his wife Michelle Obama, and their son Barack Obama Jr., who is backing former Vice President Biden.
Former President Barack Obama will campaign for former Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday to mark the end of his term and the start of a new chapter in his political career. On Wednesday, he will hold a rally for Biden at the Philadelphia Convention Center, the headquarters of the Democratic National Convention.
Former President Barack Obama will return to Philadelphia on Wednesday, August 30, 2016, to hold a rally marking the end of his term and the start of a new chapter in his political career. Former President Donald Trump (right) and former Vice President Joe Biden head to the Philadelphia Convention Center to encourage Philadelphia voters, especially black men, not to sit out and vote for President Trump during a campaign rally on Tuesday, October 31, 2017.
Former President Barack Obama warned Democrats at a grassroots fundraiser against talking smugly and complacently about the presidential race, urging viewers to “learn the lessons of 2016” and not take the election for granted. Washington – Former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are warning Democrats not to be complacent and “complacent” about a presidential campaign, and are calling on viewers to learn the “lessons of 2017” from his campaign event at the Philadelphia Convention Center on Tuesday, October 31, 2017, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and to “not take this election for granted.”
No one has run against a wall like Joe Biden, “he said in a statement, dusting off a line he has used many times. Biden recalled the day of the 2009 inauguration when he was waiting for a train of black men to pick him up after the two were sworn in as president and vice president of the United States.
Obama has not endorsed any of the leading candidates, but he clearly favors Clinton as the most electable candidate and has kept Vice President Biden from entering the contest, with Biden’s supporters split between him and Clinton. Biden has framed his pitch as an extension of Obama’s presidency, drawing on his ties to the former president.
Following a pattern of re-election – Obama has been seeking president since the 1950s – Obama picked Vice President Biden to run for a second term with him. Obama nominated Senator Joe Biden of Delaware as his vice presidential running mate in 2008, in part to increase his appeal to white working-class voters and offset the loss of support among his own party base. In his speech Wednesday night, Obama called Biden a clear break with the chaos of the Trump years. He posted a video on Twitter talking about Biden’s leadership style and said: ‘I support Joe Obama as President of the United States.
Biden also sought to offer a stark contrast to Trump and his rallies, where thousands have eschewed masks in favor of a more open stance.
Democrats have enthusiastically welcomed Obama to succeed Joe Biden, who served two terms as vice president. Democrats say Obama is the only one who knows Biden best, and they say he is a better presidential candidate than Biden. While Biden has embraced Sanders’ policies and praised Obama by name in his support video for him, Biden and Obama have made overtures to progressives in recent weeks. Both Obama and Biden have been vocal supporters of Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator, and former Vermont senator, during his two terms as vice president under President Barack Obama.
Biden’s 2020 campaign has heaped praise on Obama, but there have been some faint criticism of Obama for not spending enough time with congressional Republicans or even congressional Democrats. It is an echo of Biden’s vice presidency in Washington and in his world, and it has been echoed by some in Biden’s world.