Obama coming back to Florida to hold campaigns for Hillary every week
Obama will be holding several meetings across "I-corridor" which is home to a large number of potentially persuadable voters
When Presidential election in the US advances to a decisive stage, President Barack Obama's circles made it clear that he will be returning to Florida to help Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to clinch the position.
Obama will be holding several meetings across "I-corridor" which is home to a large number of potentially persuadable voters. Florida is considered to be one of just a handful of states where a tight competition between Clinton and Donald Trump may happen.
He will be appearing in meetings in Florida as well as in lots of TV and radio shows. White House press secretary Josh Earnest said the president has an "aggressive travel schedule" for the election's final 12 days
On contrary to Hillary, the president still enjoys a good approval rating among the electorate. He has a relatively high approval rating which comes nearly 55% whereas the democratic nominee was bogged down by scandals.
White House officials said that Obama would be traveling to boost the campaign for Clinton till Election day. He has even used so many other events to lash out against Trump over his views on minorities and migrants.