Widely known for his controversial remarks, Republican Party nominee, Donald Trump, has fired another shot saying President Barack Obama has endorsed crooked Hillary Clinton.
Presumptive Republican Party nominee, Donald Trump, has fired another salvo on Thursday, saying President Barack Obama has ‘endorsed crooked Hillary’, after President Barrack Obama officially declared support for Hillary Clinton in a new video gone viral.
Widely known for his controversial remarks, Donald Trump, whose popularity is on the rise, despite his scathing comments, said Americans were tired of Obama.
“Obama just endorsed crooked Hillary. He wants four more years of Obama – but nobody else does!” he wrote on Twitter, to which Clinton replied, “Still on Twitter, Delete your account.”
In a new declaration video, President Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton after a meeting with Bernie Sanders, who bowed out of the race after losing the Democratic Party ticket and vowed to work with Clinton to defeat Trump.
Recall that Donald Trump took many by surprise when he did not spare the highly-revered Pope Francis the length of his tongue.
The head of the Catholic Church had questioned Trump’s faith over his threat to build a wall between the US and Mexico. “A person who thinks only about building walls… and not of building bridges, is not Christian,” the pope had said.
While responding, Trump said: “For a religious leader to question a person’s faith is disgraceful. I am proud to be a Christian. No leader, especially a religious leader, should have the right to question another man’s religion or faith
“[The pope] said negative things about me. Because the Mexican government convinced him that Trump is not a good guy.”
He also said the Vatican is the so-called Islamic State’s “ultimate trophy”, and “if and when” the group attacks it “the Pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been President because this would not have happened.”
Watch President Barrack Obama’s official declaration of support video for Hillary Clinton below;