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Attendees at Mr Obama's Wednesday drive-in rally during which he offered his fiercest critique yet of his successor taking aim at President Donald Trump's divisive rhetoric and his track record in the Oval Office. Former US president Barack Ob

Barack Obama on Wednesday called on Joe Biden supporters not to be "complacent" despite favourable opinion polls ahead of the November election and attacked President Donald Trump in a rally speech. "This is reality", Mr Obama said in a nod to Mr Trump's past as a reality TV host.

Biden and Trump are scheduled to meet in their second and final debate on Thursday night, giving the Republican an opportunity to change the trajectory of a race that Biden is leading in national polls.

"This is not a reality show", said Obama.

He said Trump had proved himself "incapable of taking the job seriously".

Obama also tried to remind potential Democrat voters of opinion polls in the 2016 presidential election that had Hillary Clinton as a clear favorite to win the presidency.

"We can't be complacent".

Attendees at Mr Obama's Wednesday drive-in rally during which he offered his fiercest critique yet of his successor taking aim at President Donald Trump's divisive rhetoric and his track record in the Oval Office. Former US president Barack Ob

"With Joe and Kamala at the helm, you're not going to have to think about the insane things they said every day", Mr Obama said. "Remember that the hard drive [that the computer fix shop] gave to the FBI in December of 2019 - so about 10-11 months ago - they've had and one assumes that had Biden taken money from a foreign entity while he was vice president and had he lied because we've seen his tax returns from 2019 that we would have seen the fruits of that investigation by now". "We can not leave any doubt in this election".

A poll of likely voters released by Quinnipiac University on Wednesday shows Biden with a 51-43 lead in the state.

At the drive-in rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, one of a handful of battleground states expected to decide the election, Obama lashed out at Trump's behaviour and declared him "incapable of taking the job seriously". "It was nobody who campaigned harder for Crooked Hillary than Obama, right?" Obama hit the campaign trail for Joe Biden today in a bid to drum up support for his former vice president among young Americans and Black voters in the final stretch of the White House race.

"The Attorney General of Delaware's office indicated that the FBI has 'ongoing investigations regarding the veracity of this entire story.' And it would be unsurprising for an investigation of a disinformation action involving Rudy Giuliani and those assisting him to involve questions about money laundering, especially since there are other documented inquiries into his dealings", Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement to Fox News.

African Americans voted in record numbers for Obama in 2008 and 2012 but their participation dropped off in 2016, a contributing factor to Trump's victory over Clinton.

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