Former president Barack Obama delivered a speech to the Democratic National Convention, a couple months prior of the United States presidential election.
In August, the Democratic Party came together to formally nominate the next president and vice president of the United States in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The speaker is Barack Hussein Obama, born August 4, 1961, he is an American politician and attorney who served as the 44th president of the united states, from 2009 to 2017.
He is a member of the democratic party and is also the first African American president of the united states.
The Americans Barack Obama addresses are the ones who don’t know who to vote for, the ones who doesn’t like the path the country is taking or the ones that feel like their vote doesn’t matter anyway.
Obama encourages them to vote for Joe Biden, “what we do these next 76 days will echo through generations to come”, and that every vote count, according to Barack Obama
the way the republican party is winning, is not by their politics, it is by making some Americans who would vote for the democratic party feel like their vote doesn’t matter.
The circumstances of the speech are in the midst of the election campaign of Joe Biden, and Barack Obama has chosen this exact time to help his fellow party members
“Tonight, I am asking you to believe in Joe and Kamala's ability to lead this country out of these dark times and build it back better.”