With today’s campaign supposedly the last one for the United States President Barack Obama, a sentimental Obama addressed the crowd of over 9,000 people at a baseball field at the University of Michigan, highlighting his journey throughout and how he started with a “fired up, ready to go” chant.
Accompanied by the Air Force One, by his longest serving aides, and with the same U2 and Bruce Springsten, anthems which were his campaign sountrack, playing in the rallies, for the President, his solo campaign rally from Michigan to New Hampshire and Philadelphia, was like a victory lap.
However, with a core mission of promoting Hillary Clinton, hours before the Presidential elections yoday, Obama asked voters to trust on whatever credibility he had earned through his eight years as a President and vote for the Democratic presidential nominee.
Obama also warned the rally of Donald Trump, stating that the Republican candidate cannot be entrusted with neuclear details of the country.
Campaigning in the three crucial places where Democrats don’t find core supporters due to the lack of early voting, Obama in Michigan reminded the voters how his administration saved the automobile market from bankruptcy.
As Obama ended the campaign to leave the stadium, there was a sudden cheer from the crowd bidding the President a final goodbye.