A day after President Obama went to the Tar Heel State to help shore up support for Democrats in November, Hillary Clinton arrived for her own visit on Thursday, trying to spur higher turnout among minority voters in North Carolina, as she once more argued that Donald Trump is not fit to be Commander-in-Chief.
“You may have noticed that President Obama was in Chapel Hill yesterday – he’s coming back to North Carolina tomorrow,” Clinton said. “I’ll tell you what, I’m ready to grab that baton,” as she vowed to defend advances during the past eight years.
“I spent four years working with him, I call him my partner and my friend,” Clinton said. “I am ready to defend and build on the progress of his eight years in the presidency.”
Clinton also took time to work in some lines about the World Series champs – the Chicago Cubs.
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