She never, ever quits — Barack Obama on why Hillary Clinton should be his successor

| Thursday, July 28, 2016 - 11:14
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New Delhi: Addressing the audience on the third day of Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia, US President Barack Obama endorsed US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and said, "Hillary never, ever quits."
"Hillary has experience, fit and ready. Hillary will defeat ISIS and bridge barriers," Obama said while endorsing Hillary.
Obama started off by saying "12 years ago tonight, I addressed the Democratic Convention for the first time, I was filled with faith in America. I am even more optimistic about the future of America than ever before."
"There has never been a man or woman, not me, not Bill, more qualified than Hillary to serve as US President," said Obama.  
"No matter how much people try to knock her down, Hillary Clinton never, ever quits, that's the Hillary I know."
Criticising Trump, Obama said, "He calls US military a disaster. He doesn’t know men and women who make up strongest fighting force in World."
Obama laughed at the idea of Donald Trump as US President and said Trump was scaring people to win.

Speaking at the Democratic Convention, about Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden said she "understands" the plight of parents who cannot afford to send their child to college or the wife fearful that a medical emergency will cause economic catastrophe. "Hillary gets it", Biden said.
Biden also emphasised that Trump was clueless about, saying "Actually, he has no clue, period."
Earlier on Monday, US First Lady Michelle Obama addressed the opening night of the Democratic National Convention with a message of hope and unity for the party while endorsing presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton, saying she "trusts Hillary to lead the country".
"Hillary Clinton has never quit on anything in her life," Michelle Obama said at the Wells Fargo Centre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania state's largest city. 


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