Shortly after President Obama officially endorsed presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the Clinton campaign announced a joint campaign appearance in Green Bay, Wisconsin that had to be canceled after the Orlando mass shooting. Now, just days after Hillary and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren tag-teamed presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Cincinnati, the Clinton campaign has announced that President Obama’s first campaign appearance with Hillary has been rescheduled (via email):
President Obama, Hillary Clinton to Campaign in North Carolina
President Obama and Hillary Clinton will campaign in Charlotte, North Carolina on Tuesday, July 5. In his June video endorsement, President Obama said, “I’ve seen her determination to give every American a fair shot at opportunity, no matter how tough the fight — that’s what’s always driven her, and still does.”
In Charlotte, President Obama and Hillary Clinton will discuss building on the progress we’ve made and their vision for an America that is stronger together.
President Obama has been pecking away at Trump for months, but Tuesday’s appearance will likely mark a new phase in Obama’s assault on Trump, and Trump’s response will set the contours of this part of the race going forward. Trump responded to Warren’s latest salvo by calling her a “racist” and renewing his use of the nickname “Pocanontas,” while surrogate Scott Brown challenged Warren to a DNA test.
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