Former American President, Barack Obama, recently released his speech adressed at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.
"He's shown no interest in putting in the work, no interest in finding common ground, no interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends. No interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he can use to get the attention he craves," Obama stated in his speech to the virtual Democratic National Convention.
Current President Donald Trump responded that he is currently in the White House due to Obama and said that; "President Obama did not do a good job. And the reason I'm here is because of President Obama and Joe Biden, because if they did a good job, I wouldn't be here. Probably if they did a good job I wouldn't have even run. I would have been very happy. I enjoyed my previous life very much, but they did such a bad job that I stand before you as president."
Obama added in the statement that he indeed sat down in the Oval Office with both of the men who are currently running for president. "I did hope, for the sake of our country, that Donald Trump might show some interest in taking the job seriously; that he might come to feel the weight of the office and discover some reverence for the democracy that had been placed in his care."
Michelle Obama commented that her husband, Barack, will address the issue that Trump is incapable to handle presidency.
Obama stated that Trump has yet to change into a strong leader, and that; "the consequences of that failure are severe. 170,000 Americans dead. Millions of jobs gone. Our worst impulses unleashed, our proud reputation around the world badly diminished, and our democratic institutions threatened like never before."
Obama is seen in the corner of Joe Biden who is also running for presidency against Trump.
"Twelve years ago, when I began my search for a vice president, I didn't know I'd end up finding a brother," Obama said. "Joe and I came from different places and different generations. But what I quickly came to admire about him is his resilience, born of too much struggle; his empathy, born of too much grief."
"Over eight years, Joe was the last one in the room whenever I faced a big decision. He made me a better president. He's got the character and the experience to make us a better country," Obama concluded.