We already know Barack Obamas policies are on the ballot in this election because he told us that himself. But, his new ad for Charlie Crist today means Charlie Crist wants you to know that too, the Scott campaign also said. Obama, whose approval rating is at about 42 percent, largely has stayed off the campaign trail, save for his de facto role as chief party fundraiser. However, he (visit) made stops this past weekend in Connecticut for Gov. Dan Malloy and in Pennsylvania for gubernatorial challenger Tom Wolf, both Democrats.
Obama to Visit China, Myanmar, Australia Next Week – ABC News
Two days from now, you get to choose your future, Obama said early in his 20-minute speech after an introduction from Wolf. If you came to this rally unsuspecting, you should already know that theres an election and you are planning to vote. Otherwise, you thought there was a basketball game here, and that is not the case. Obama discussed Wolfs background in business while portraying him as a nice guy and not a professional politician. He also touched on issues like income equality and climate change. Tom has proven that when the going gets tough, hes got your back, Obama said. When Obama discussed education, the crowd was particularly loud. After a critique of Republican leadership and leading the crowd in a chant of, vote, vote, vote, Obama discussed the importance of casting a ballot.
Obama to confront Xi Jinping on Chinese cyberspying – Washington Times
One of the most recent high-profile cyberattacks linked to China includes the theft of data on U.S. F-22 and F-35 fighter jets, as well as Boeings C-17 cargo plane. Su Bin, formerly of the Chinese aviation firm Lode Technologies, was arrested in Canada in June at the request of the FBI. He and two other two Chinese-based co-conspirators are accused of stealing a treasure trove of data from Boeing and other contractors in Europe. U.S.
Obama visits, polls open – The Temple News
The itinerary includes a state visit with Chinese President Xi Jinping (shee jihn-peeng). While in China, Obama will attend the APEC Leaders Meeting and the APEC CEO Summit. In Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, Obama will attend the East Asia Summit and the U.S.-ASEAN Summit in the remote capital Naypyidaw and meet with President Thein Sein. In the main city of Yangon, Obama is scheduled to meet with Myanmar’s opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi (ahng sahn soo chee). Finally, in Brisbane, Australia, Obama will participate in the Group of 20 Leaders Summit. He’ll also deliver a speech on U.S.