Before heading out to the stage at the rally at Northwestern High School Saturday in Flint, Michigan, former President Barack Obama set up a shot on the basketball court and nailed it.
“Oh!” the crowd gasped.
“Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!” the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden exclaimed.
“Walk off,” an unidentified person off-camera said.
“That’s what I do,” the former President said walking out of the gymnasium. “That’s what I do.”
“Whoa!,” Biden said walking behind him. “All net!”
Obama: “You don’t understand. That’s what I do.”
Biden: “All net.”
Obama told supporters in Detroit and Flint if they are tired of a reality star focused more on his ego than on a pandemic sweeping through the country, referring to President Donald Trump, they should elect Biden for president.
“Tweeting at the TV doesn’t fix things. Making stuff up doesn’t make people’s lives better. You’ve got to have a plan. You’ve got to put in the work,” Obama said in Flint.
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