Obama: GOP didn't care about Hillary's emails

Obama: GOP didn't care about Hillary's emails

Obama: GOP didn't care about Hillary's emails

A Florida resident was arrested by police in connection with the explosive devices sent to critics of President Donald Trump, including Barack Obama and Cory Booker.

Former President Barack Obama made a thinly veiled jab at President Donald Trump on Friday evening, saying it was wrong to use a position of power for attacking others as "enemies of the people and then suddenly pretending that you're concerned about civility". "And if Republicans keep control of Congress, you'd better believe they're coming after it again".

"If you look at what happened to Steve Scalise, that was from a supporter of a different party", Trump said.

Obama used the subject of Hillary Clinton's private email server to accuse Republicans of trying to "scare the heck out of people before every election" and also to mock Trump about the Chinese spying on his cellphone.

"It's my opinion that he was attracted to the Trump formula of reaching out, Trump reaching out to these types of outsiders - people who don't fit in, people who are angry at America, telling them that they have a place at the table, telling them that it's OK to get angry", Lowy said. He just makes it up!'

'In the last election, it was Hillary's emails.

Earlier on Friday, Trump made clear that he thinks this week's bomb scares were meant to throw off Republican momentum ahead of the November 6 midterm election.

"In Washington they have racked up enough indictments to field a football team", he said. "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 added, a reference to a New York Times report. "This is terrible"... "This is a national security crisis".

Obama's visit to Milwaukee was the first time he was in the city for a political event since March 2016, when he came to celebrate enrollment numbers in the Affordable Care Act.

Obama is campaigning for the Democrats in the upcoming mid-term election, he further spoke about the slow-moving migrants caravan from the Central American bound for the United States.

"We need leaders who will actually stand up for what's right, regardless of party", Obama said to cheers from the crowd.

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