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  • Obama: You can't tell the difference between Saturday Night Live and what's actually happening on the news

    President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, spoke at PNC Pavilion on Friday, Nov. 4 in Charlotte. President Obama spoke highly of Hillary Clinton and scathingly of Donald Trump. More than anything, the POTUS encouraged voters to get to the poll saying that "what's at stake right now is the character of the country."

Obama: You can't tell the difference between Saturday Night Live and what's actually happening on the news

President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, spoke at PNC Pavilion on Friday, Nov. 4 in Charlotte. President Obama spoke highly of Hillary Clinton and scathingly of Donald Trump. More than anything, the POTUS encouraged voters to get to the poll saying that "what's at stake right now is the character of the country."
Justine Miller jmiller@mcclatchy.com