- Barack Obama's wife, Michelle, has come hard on Donald Trump, saying he 'isn't up for the job'
- The former US first lady accused Trump of using fear to try and win the forthcoming presidential election
- Michelle also called for massive support for Joe Biden, the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party
As the Democratic Party tries to wrestle power from the Republicans, former US first lady Michelle Obama has come down hard on President Donald Trump for failing to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously.
Speaking on Tuesday, October 6, in a 26-minute video shared on her Facebook page from the Democratic National Convention, Michelle berated Trump for his administration’s response to the pandemic.
The former first lady went on to describe the actions of Trump as 'morally wrong' and 'racist', adding that he is not up for the job as a president.
"So what the president is doing is once again patently false. It's morally wrong. and yes, it is racist. But that doesn't mean it won't work. Because this is a difficult time, a confusing time, and when people hear these lies and crazy conspiracies repeated over and over again, they don't know what to think."
She also delivered an emotional pitch for Joe Biden, the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party.
The mother of two while calling for massive support for Biden, urged undecided voters to vote for Biden like their lives depended on it.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that President Trump was on Monday, October 5, discharged from Walter Reed Military Medical Centre in Bethesda, Maryland.
Trump consequently returned to the White House three days after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus (COVID-19). The president reportedly received the best treatment available for the rampaging disease.
On arrival at the White House, the president quickly removed his mask, and paused for a brief photo-op.
In a related development, Trump once again stirred a heated conversation after he left his isolation room just to greet his supporters.
Aboard his motorcade, Trump left the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Sunday, October 4, and was driven across the streets as he waved to jubilant followers who stood by the road.
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