Hillary should be our next POTUS, says President Barack Obama on Twitter

By: | Published: July 29, 2016 1:12 PM

After Clinton completed her speech, Obama was all praises for her and posted a message for Hillary on his official Twitter handle POTUS.

Clinton was welcomed with loud cheers as she entered the arena and embraced her daughter Chelsea, who introduced her as the next President of the United States. Clinton was welcomed with loud cheers as she entered the arena and embraced her daughter Chelsea, who introduced her as the next President of the United States.

President Barack Obama seems to be very pleased with Hillary Clinton’s speech at the Democratic Convention. After Clinton completed her speech, Obama was all praises for her and posted a message for Hillary on his official Twitter handle POTUS. He wrote, “Great speech. She’s tested. She’s ready. She never quits. That’s why Hillary should be our next @POTUS. (She’ll get the Twitter handle, too).” Scripting history at the Democratic convention by becoming the first woman to accept the US presidential nomination of a major political party, Hillary Clinton said “when there are no ceilings, the sky’s the limit” and criticised her Republican opponent Donald Trump over his policy promises.

Clinton was welcomed with loud cheers as she entered the arena and embraced her daughter Chelsea, who introduced her as the next President of the United States. “It is with humility, determination and boundless confidence in America’s promise that I accept your nomination for President of the United States”. The former secretary of state reached out to her former party opponent Bernie Sanders disappointed voters and said, “I want to thank Bernie Sanders.” “Don’t let anyone tell you we don’t have what it takes. Most of all, don’t believe anyone who says: ‘I alone can fix it,” she said referring to Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican convention last week.

She mocked that Trump’s speech didn’t include real solutions that would help everyday Americans. “He spoke for 70-odd minutes — and I do mean odd,” she said.
Her speech contrasted with Trump’s acceptance address last Thursday in Cleveland, where the New York billionaire was brimming with policy ideas, which almost sounded like it was a State of the Union address.

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