Well, it turns out that the most famous president in history was not always a personal favorite of Obama’s.
Instead of automatically endorsing his former Vice President Joe Biden, reports say that Obama was pressing for Elizabeth Warren to be nominated.
President Biden served as Obama’s vice president for eight years, but a new book by The Hill’s Amie Parnes and Jonathan Allen of NBC, “Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency,” shows Obama assisting Warren in an October 2019 meeting in New York City with a group of prominent Black corporate donors.
According to the book, which will be published next week, Obama told the party, “Many candidates like the idea of becoming president.” “However, few people really understand why.”
Regardless of wealthy donors’ opposition to Warren, who has promised to increase taxes on the wealthiest Americans, Obama personally endorsed her, recalling that they met at Harvard and in the Senate, and that she established the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau during his presidency. He urged donors to support Warren if she is nominated, despite their concerns about her economic agenda.
“What if she increases the taxes by a smidgeon? “Compare that to what we have now,” he said, referring to the current administration of former President Donald Trump.
He went on to say, “Everyone in this room needs to pull their weight.”
Joe served alongside Obama for eight years and told us they were “best friends,” but despite this, Obama refused to support him.
When Obama realized that the American people would never support that half-baked kook Liz Warren, and Bernie was about to swoop in and seize the presidency, Dementia Joe became the only viable choice.
It’s good to know that you’re the “only choice” left, which is why you’ve been endorsed. But that’s fine… Joe is so out of it that he probably has no idea there was a primary contest.
ARTICLE SOURCE : americanconservatives.today