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Politics Obama in Florida: Trump's tough guy schtick is a fraud

04:30  25 october  2020
04:30  25 october  2020 Source:   cnn.com

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In an impassioned speech, Obama tore into President Donald Trump , saying he has treated the presidency like 'a reality show to give himself more attention. 'As we know from the other day his TV ratings are down,' Obama added, referring to last week' s dueling town halls

Former President Barack Obama on Saturday laced into President Donald Trump, describing his successor as a thin-skinned bully whose true weakness was revealed when he walked off the set of a high profile interview this week after being faced with a few probing questions.

Barack Obama holding a box: Former President Barack Obama speaks as he campaigns for Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden at Florida International University, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in North Miami, Fla. © Lynne Sladky/AP Former President Barack Obama speaks as he campaigns for Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden at Florida International University, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in North Miami, Fla.

"He likes to act tough and talk tough. He thinks scowling and being mean is tough," Obama said at a drive-in rally in South Florida. "But when '60 Minutes' and Lesley Stahl are too tough for you, you ain't all that tough."

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President Trump also claimed that photos showing a largely empty crowd were taken five or six hours after his address – despite time stamps on the photos, Daily Mail reported. As Obama hit the campaign trails for Biden in Pennsylvania, he slammed Trump .

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Obama turned the screws on Trump for a second time in four days after making his debut on the campaign trail earlier this week at a pair of events in Philadelphia.

The decision to appear in Florida, where the polls indicate the race will be decided by the finest of margins, with less than 10 days until Election Day underscored the state's potentially decisive role in the election. It also suggested the Biden campaign believes that victory there would put a pin in the expected election night drama by cutting off Trump's increasingly narrow path to reelection.

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"If you bring Florida home, this thing's over," Obama told volunteers at an unannounced stop in Miami Springs earlier in the day. "That way I don't have to stay up too late. I don't have to wait for the results through the next day. I want to go to sleep knowing that we're going to have a president fighting on our behalf."

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President Donald Trump has cast his ballot Saturday morning in West Palm Beach, Florida , and he tells reporters afterward: “I voted for a guy named Trump .” President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, are framing their closing messages in the sprint to the Nov.

Trump was in Ohio on Saturday, but he had Obama on his mind. During remarks in Circleville, he brought up the former president's return to the stump.

"I guess it started yesterday or the day before, right? They had 42 people show up, 42," Trump said. "We have thousands, tens of thousands and outside it's five times what this is."

Obama, like Biden, is not holding typical campaign rallies in deference to the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed the lives of more than 224,000 Americans and, on Friday, recorded the highest single day of new cases since the pandemic began earlier this year. Trump has ignored public health officials warning and pleas in order to host larger events, which are not socially distanced and feature only occasional mask-wearing.

In his remarks in Florida, Obama wove a detailed prosecution of Trump's record in office with mockery of the President's rough-and-ready persona, joking that anyone who gets rattled by a "60 Minutes" correspondent is "never going to stand up to a dictator."

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As expected, the president mocked Donald Trump but also made fun of his fellow Democrat’ s efforts to attract younger voters.

After voting in West Palm Beach, Florida , Mr Trump also took the opportunity to attack mail-in ballots - warning that they can never be as secure as voting in Describing his experience at the polling station as "perfect and very strict", he added: "It was a very secure vote - much more secure than when you

The former president, who has remained an obsession of Trump's throughout his time in office, described the President's behavior as "not normal" and compared him unfavorably to "Florida Man," an internet meme that plays on news headlines about wild, unruly and often illegal behavior.

"You wouldn't tolerate it from a coworker. You wouldn't tolerate it from a high school principal. You wouldn't tolerate it from a coach. You wouldn't tolerate it from a family member," Obama said, reciting a litany of Trump's most outlandish actions. "'Florida man' wouldn't even do this stuff. Why are we accepting it from the President of the United States?"

But Obama returned throughout his speech to the spiraling pandemic and Trump's response -- and his failure to chart out a coherent one that addresses the scale of the crisis.

"Eight months into this pandemic, new cases are breaking records. Donald Trump isn't going to suddenly protect all of us. He can't even take the basic steps to protect himself," Obama said, returning to an argument he first made on Wednesday in reference to Trumps' own bout with the illness. It is believed the President caught the virus during a White House ceremony, which Obama -- like many others -- called a "superspreader event," for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett earlier this month.

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Trump on Monday directed his ire at the Rev Al Sharpton, a longtime black activist who earlier in the day shared a photo of himself en route to Baltimore He repeatedly called on Obama , who was born in Hawaii, to release his birth certificate. When Obama did so, Trump falsely claimed it was a “ fraud ”.

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Obama also tied the surging toll of the pandemic to Trump's efforts to dismantle his own signature achievement, the Affordable Care Act. If the 2010 health care law is struck down in the Supreme Court, where its fate could be decided after the election, popular provisions like protections for patients with pre-existing conditions would fall with it.

Trump has repeatedly claimed that he has a replacement ready to go, but has not yet -- after years of promising -- presented one to the public.

"The reason they don't show you their plan to actually provide people protections when it comes to preexisting conditions is because they don't have one, and they never have," Obama said. "That's just a fact. And instead of just 'fessing up that they don't want people to have health insurance, they've attacked the Affordable Care Act at every turn."

In his spat with "60 Minutes," Trump released unedited footage from the interview, a portion of which showed Stahl pressing him on the whereabouts of his long-promised health care plan. But Trump, unable to point to any specific legislation or blueprint, only reasserted his vague promises.

He was clear, though, on his desire for the Supreme Court to terminate the law.

"I hope that they end it," Trump said. "It will be so good if they end it."

"Why would you want to take people's health insurance just at the very moment when people need health insurance the most?," Obama said on Saturday, in reference to Trump's comment. "What's the rationale in that? And think about what that would do to families right here (in Miami-Dade)."

Obama concluded with another call for Americans to turnout in record numbers ahead of and on Election Day. He hailed the grassroots movements that fought back against the Trump administration's family separation policy at the US-Mexico border and took to the streets this summer to demonstrate against racism and police brutality.

But, he said, failing to vote would amount to an abandonment of the principles those protesters lined up to protect.

"We've got to channel their activism into action. We can't just talk. We can't just imagine a better future. We've got to go out there and fight for it. We've got out to out-hustle the other side," Obama said. "We've got to vote like never before, and we've got to leave no doubt."

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