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POTUS, Trump Junior Campaign In Columbus

Nov 2, 2016

President Obama in Columbus
Credit Ohio Public Radio

President Obama visited Capital University yesterday to headline a get-out-the-vote rally in support of Democrat Hillary Clinton's presidential bid.

The president chided Republican nominee Donald Trump for saying he would be his own, best foreign policy adviser because he has a good brain, and mocked the notion that the billionaire is a champion of working people.

The president also said men need to question their choice if they're considering not voting for Clinton, considering Trump's history with women.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump Junior campaigned for his father yesterday at Ohio State University. He says his dad wants to fix Obama's failed policies.

And at a rally in Wisconsin yesterday, Trump Senior said Hillary Clinton is the candidate of the past.

Former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is returning to Ohio to campaign for Clinton on Thursday. The Vermont Senator is scheduled to make stops near Youngstown and Cincinnati. Recent polls have shown Ohio is a toss-up.