As the US election is nearing its end, Republican candidate Donald Trump vehemently denounces the strong support expressed by the incumbent president Barack Obama over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
The presidential campaign concludes on November 8 and for the past week, the president has actively endorsed Clinton to the American people in several state rallies. Donald Trump complained how the head of state poured tremendous time and effort in campaigning for the Democratic Party's representative. He cited that Obama's recent endeavors are not part of the official 'unbiased' duties of the nation's chief executive.
The Republican representative even slanders the current president, describing his administration as 'incompetent', according to the report by Business Standard. Trump derisively depicts Obama as a 'campaigner-in-chief' instead of commander-in-chief.
In a related chronicle by Sunshine State News, both Republican and Democratic camps are making their final push in the state of Florida. Donald Trump is backed by Indiana governor and former Chair of the House Republican Conference, Mike Pence. For Hillary Clinton, the husband and former US president Bill Clinton stands alongside Obama in solidarity for the Democratic Party.
In Miami, the current president Obama addressed to the public to seriously think of their own future. The president insinuates how their votes can have far-reaching consequences that stand above the mere intrigue brought by the same reality shows financed by the television tycoon-turned-politician rival.
Curiously, Obama does not hold back his support for Hillary Clinton in the US election despite the controversy reaped by that brazen alliance. To that end, the incumbent president was even caught fire by the latest wave of email hacking scandal implicating the Clinton camp for criminal conspiracy with the Justice Department and FBI.
In the recent poll reports, the narrow race between Trump and Clinton is leaning towards the latter's favor. Other analyses also put the Republicans on the losing side.