President Barack Obama’s campaign speech in Miami, on Thursday urged voters to vote for Hillary Clinton because Tuesday’s election is a rare opportunity to change history and becoming the first female President of the United States.
“I am here to tell you they have the opportunity to move the story to a better course, and reject the petty politics,” Obama said at Florida International University (FIU) and referring to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who on Wednesday visited Miami . “You have the opportunity to shape history and elect the first president of the country. Sometimes history is movable, where you can get better or worse. This is one of those moments. “
Obama’s words about the history, near the end of his 45-minute speech, uttered in such a philosophical way that 4,500 supporters in the audience cheered and applauded for everything he was saying.
Obama’s presence at FIU, only six days after the historic election took place at a significant moment in the Clinton campaign, which has been shaken by the resurgence of scandal emails, after last week the director FBI, James Comey revealed that his agents had discovered more than 600,000 messages on the computer of Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin estranged husband, Clinton‘s chief assistant. And the suspense continues.