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‘I think we’ll probably pass’ on calling Obama, other pipe bomb targets

29 October 2018

Barack Obama has accused Donald Trump of "making stuff up" in fiery speeches aimed at the president and Republicans.

Trump set aside some of his usual name-calling at a rally in Wisconsin earlier in the week and made a short-lived plea for unity as authorities pressed ahead with an investigation and intercepted more than a dozen pipe bombs meant for former President Barack Obama, Trump's 2016 rival Hillary Clinton, other prominent Democrats and CNN.

"I think I've been toned down if you want to know the truth. Your governor's been running one of those ads, while his administration is literally suing the government to take away pre-existing conditions protections", Obama said, "They're running ads everywhere saying we're protecting it...it's just not true". He pointed to Trump's lies and said he was concerned about threats to the freedom of the press and groups of people being targeted based on what they look like. Still, investigators said they were treating the devices as "live" explosives, not a hoax. He just makes it up!'

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In addition to his efforts to aid Democrats in tough races this cycle, Obama has focused his attention on boosting voter turnout across the board, casting the first major election since the inauguration of President Trump as a critical moment in American history.

"In Washington they have racked up enough indictments to field a football team", he said.

But aside from his gripes about the GOP, Obama also said the coming election is about something bigger than today's political battles. "Nobody in my administration got indicted". "Because if they did, they'd be up in arms right now as the Chinese are listening to the president's iPhone that he leaves in his golf cart", he continued.

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"I'm hopeful MI", he said. Hey, what do you expect from a website who allows President Trump to threatened countries and call names like a 5-year-old child. "I'm hopeful because out of this political darkness, I'm seeing a great awakening".

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‘I think we’ll probably pass’ on calling Obama, other pipe bomb targets