Obama rails against Republicans, rallies Democrats in Las Vegas

Former Vice President Joe Biden rallied Democrats in Las Vegas on Saturday

Former Vice President Joe Biden rallied Democrats in Las Vegas on Saturday

When the rest of the nation gets a cold, Las Vegas gets the flu.

He was also keen that voters "remember who started" the current economic upswing.

"We are a generous and welcoming people here in the United States, but those who enter the country illegally, and those who employ them, disrespect the rule of law and they are showing disregard for those who are following the law", Obama says in the tweeted clip.

LAS VEGAS ― Former President Barack Obama warned Nevadans on Monday that staying home during November's midterm elections "would be profoundly unsafe to our democracy", saying in a speech that these elections are "more important than any I can remember in my lifetime, and that includes when I was on the ballot".

"This one is really that important", Obama said. Democrats also posted early vote leads in nearby Washoe County, which has more registered Republicans. He noted that Republicans are engaging in deception by promising to voters that they will protect pre-existing conditions after offering bills to kill those protections and lawsuits to dismantle them. I don't believe in just making stuff up. Organizers also brought in actress America Ferrera, musician J Balvin, and singers Salt-N-Pepa to fire up the crowd before Obama took the stage.

According to President Trump, he looks back to the past to see how in just a few years the minds of Democrats have changed to a more radical left position.

It's a vision where a few people who can afford those high-priced lobbyists and unlimited campaign contributions, they set the agenda, and rather than be a check or a balance on this kind of corrupt politics, you've Republicans in Congress who bend over backwards to shield it from scrutiny, and accountability and consequences said the former United States president.

The former president says Republicans in Congress bend over backward instead of being "a check or balance on this kind of corrupt politics".

Former President Barack Obama took credit Monday afternoon for what he called the "economic miracles" happening under President Trump.

The former president has generally kept a low profile since leaving office and has been selective about campaigning for Democrats in this year's midterm elections.

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