President Barack Obama has blasted the recent remarks made by Trump concerning women. Obama said that the remarks would not be tolerable even for the individuals who apply for a job at 7- eleven convenience store.
Barack Obama encouraged senior Republicans to, in a formal way, withdraw their endorsement of Donald Trump as a presidential flag bearer.
Because of the video in which Mr. Trump is revealed boasting of groping women, most top Republicans have now distanced themselves from him.
In turn, Donald trump has accused those who have distanced themselves from him of not being loyal to him and the party.
Trump’s speech was particularly about PUL Ryan, the House speaker who he termed to be a “very weak and infective” when it comes to leadership.
On Tuesday, at Greensboro, North Carolina, when president Obama was addressing a rally, he referred to the crude remarks made by Mr. Tramp about women when he said: “Now you find a situation in which the guy says stuff that nobody would find tolerable if they were applying for a job at 7-Eleven”.
“You don’t have to be a husband or a father in order to say that is not right. You just have to be a decent human being”, said President Obama.
He also questioned the reason as to why politicians who are senior Republicans could still yearn to see Mr. Donald become and serving as the United States President.
As Barack Obama addressed the crowd at Greensboro, he said, “The fact is that now you have got individuals complaining about it by saying ‘We strongly don’t agree, we really disapprove … but we are still endorsing him’. They still think that he should be the next US president, that does not make any sense to me.”
The anti-Clinton campaigners interrupted Obama several times but he seemed to be unfazed and told them: “This is democracy at work. This is great.”
The security officials took the charge in full combat and escorted the hecklers out of the venue.
For more than six hours, a large crowd of thousand people waited just to hear the speech by President Obama, because this could be his last visit to that that state as the US president.
In his early address, Mr. Obama was interrupted by two hecklers. Seemingly, Mr. Obama was unfazed by bit at all. He waited for the crowd to finish they booing before he told the hecklers with a wry grin to find their own rally.