US News Barack Obama head-on attacks his rival Donald Trump

13:16  31 july  2020
13:16  31 july  2020 Source:   vanityfair.fr

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US President Donald Trump has unleashed a fresh offensive on Joe Biden, suggesting his presidential rival should be punished for “spying” and Trump then resurrected a long-standing gripe with the Barack Obama administration, which was in power when the FBI launched a surveillance

Former President Barack Obama was "caught" on audiotape attacking President Trump over his handling of coronavirus. Obama also had a few choice words for

  Barack Obama attaque frontalement son rival Donald Trump © Provided by Vanity Fair

War of the Chiefs. Barack Obama did not hesitate, Thursday, July 30, to attack directly Donald Trump . He accuses the administration of his successor of repressing the freedom of expression of anti-racist demonstrators. Indeed, the Republican president mobilized a hundred agents in Portland who carried out muscular interventions of several dozen demonstrators accused of inciting public disorder and violence.

He also accuses him of interfering with Americans' "right to vote". The former Democratic president therefore called on citizens to come to the presidential election on November 3. For several weeks, Donald Trump has been proclaiming it loud and clear: postal voting risks distorting the result of the ballot. On Twitter , he even made reference to a possible postponement of the election.

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Barack Obama attacks Trump administration's response to coronavirus pandemic. The comments on Saturday were a rare rebuke of a sitting president from one of his predecessors, and come in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 88,000 people in the United States, a

Barack Obama rests his hand on the bible that President Lincoln used for his swear-in, being held by his wife While Mr Trump has frequently criticised Mr Obama and accused his administration of illegally bugging his campaign during the 2016 White House race, Mr Obama has, as has been the

With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote ???

- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 30, 2020

For his part, Barack Obama said that “votes by mail are crucial for these states. "We are going to have to fight even harder to defend the most powerful tool we have - the right to vote," he declaimed, to a round of applause. According to him, this vote is “among the most important in many ways. The speech, filled with solemnity and passion, was delivered in Atlanta at the funeral of one of the most illustrious figures of the American Civil Rights Movement, John Lewis .

Faced with the Chinese adversary, Washington turns, cautiously, towards Taiwan .
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