December 5, 2021

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Obama sees the United States and the world as a turning point in his campaign

Former US President Barack Obama is back in the political arena – no less than he swipes at Republicans. On the one hand, there is a current with a policy of “average and sectarianism and conflict,” Democrats said in Richmond on Saturday during an election campaign ahead of the gubernatorial election in the US state of Virginia. “But the good news is, there’s another way we can pull together and solve bigger problems.” It is a conclusion “I hope it will determine not only the next few years but also the next ten years of human history”.

Obama spoke about determining what kind of democracy the next generation will inherit. He warned against “returning to the chaos that caused so much damage”. The former president will mark the term of his successor, Donald Trump (75), who ruled the White House from 2017 to January this year. In Virginia, Obama’s fellow party member Terry McAuliffe, 64, and pro – Trump Republican Glenn Youngkin, 54, are running for governor. The election takes place on November 2. This is considered to be the initial mood test for the nationwide congressional election in a year.

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