The first Person of the United States, Barack Obama on Wednesday made a passionate appeal for first woman White House nominee, Hilary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention Speech. Obama casts Hilary Clinton as a successor to his Presidential legacy. He strikes Trump by rejecting the Republicans’ message as promoting anger and hate. He stated that Hilary Clinton, his former secretary of State is a better-qualified candidate than him or former President Bill Clinton.
“I can say with confidence there has never been a man or a woman — not me, not Bill, nobody — more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as president of the United States of America,” Obama said to the huge gathering and Bill Clinton.
At the DNC, Philadelphia Obama addressing the crowd said that “This is not your typical election. It’s not just a choice between parties or policies, the usual debates between left and right. This is a more fundamental choice — about who we are as a people, and whether we stay true to this great American experiment in self-government”.
During the speech, Obama appealed the crowd by delivering the Hilary Clinton’s excellent record. He also said the “former top diplomat” had a sharp vision of what makes way to take up the Oval Office.
“Nothing truly prepares you for the demands of the Oval Office,” stated Obama. “You can read about it. You can study it. Until you’ve sat at that desk, you don’t know what it’s like to manage a global crisis, or send young people to war. But Hillary’s been in the room; she’s been part of those decisions.”
Obama argued that Donald Trump, the Republican nominee and the opponent of Hilary Clinton is offering fear and just slogans and calls it “a divided crime scene,” that only he can fix. The President also said that Trump is betting “if he scares enough people, he might score just enough votes to win this election.”
Obama continued to say that Trump is going to lose another bet too as he is selling the “American people short.” Obama claims that the people of the nation are not fragile or frightful.” Our power doesn’t come from some self-declared saviour promising that he alone can restore order. We don’t look to be ruled.” Commenting the message at the last week’s GOP convention in Cleveland Obama said it “wasn’t particularly Republican — and it sure wasn’t conservative.”
“What we heard was a deeply pessimistic vision of a country where we turn against each other, and turn away from the rest of the world,” pronounced Barack Obama. “There were no serious solutions to pressing problems — just the fanning of resentment, and blame, and anger, and hate.”
Obama memorising 12 years ago moment affirmed that the country is far better now than the day when he entered the oval office in 2009. “Through every victory and every setback, I’ve insisted that change is never easy, and never quick; that we wouldn’t meet all of our challenges in one term, or one presidency, or even in one lifetime,” said Obama. “So tonight, I’m here to tell you that, yes, we still have more work to do.”