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Published: Thu, October 13, 2016
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Bill Clinton 'Rape' Hecklers Interrupt Obama

Bill Clinton 'Rape' Hecklers Interrupt Obama

We really disagree. We find those comment disgusting - but we're still endorsing him. The Clinton campaign knows that she simply can't get to the White House unless she can appeal to a coalition she has struggled to excite - the African-American, Hispanic, and younger voters who delivered Obama the presidency, said a Democrat close to the campaign and to the Obama administration. I mean I'm 55 and it's hard for me to change.

President Obama could make the difference between Hillary Clinton taking North Carolina and a narrow Donald Trump victory.

He was particularly scathing about House Speaker Paul Ryan whom he described as a "weak and ineffective" leader.

Ryan, the top Republican in Congress, told party lawmakers on Monday he was breaking with Trump and would not campaign for him.

President Barack Obama slammed Donald Trump as a racist and misogynist unfit to be president of the United States at his first campaign stop for Hillary Clinton since a tape of Trump making lewd comments about women was released last week. They were quickly escorted out by security. But it was never in any ad used by the Obama campaign against Clinton in 2008. The women later attended the debate. In reality, it was a pro-Trump group that aired the ad in question - and that makes a big difference in how powerful a point this is.

The former president was also interrupted at a Saturday rally by a heckler shouting that he is a rapist. Minutes after that outburst, a man ripped up one of the blue "North Carolina Together" placards that attendees were given to wave during the rally.

Trump is wrong to imply that Michelle Obama's criticism came in an ad her husband ran against Hillary Clinton.

"Bill Clinton's a rapist!" a man's voice was heard bellowing as President Obama stirred up thousands of Clinton supporters in Greensboro, North Carolina on Tuesday.

"It was true when we heard what he thought about minorities". Polls show Clinton with an extremely slim lead in the state and turnout, especially among the black population, will be critical on November 8.

"You know this is the great thing about politics in America", Obama said, grinning.

But Obama was grim and serious about the Trump threat, too. The move angered some Trump supporters, although Ryan said he would not withdraw his endorsement of the NY businessman.

Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure says the goal is to complete distribution within five years.

The president is expected to talk about leadership, his "My Brother's Keeper" initiative for minority males, the role of historically black colleges and universities, and athletes and social activism, among other topics. The event is hosted by ESPN's The Undefeated, a website devoted to the intersection of black culture and sports, on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University.

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