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Michelle Obama Tells Followers To Turn 'Feelings Into Actions' In Light Of Presidential Debate

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama has come out and encouraged those who follow her to take their feelings in light of the recent presidential debate and transform them into actions.

The presidential debate was a total firestorm with President Trump being forced to go heavily on the offensive and battle not only against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, but debate moderator Chris Wallace as well.

via Washington Examiner:

“If you were turned off by the President’s behavior last night, I feel you. Believe me, I do,” Obama said in an Instagram post on Wednesday, which featured a photograph of former Vice President Joe Biden. “But we can’t let him win by tuning out altogether. That’s what he wants.”

Obama also explained how Biden supporters can transform their feelings into action in a way that can boost the Democratic candidate’s campaign.

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“So turn those feelings into action — turn them into votes for my friend, [Joe Biden],” she wrote. “It’s the only way we can get out of this chaos and restore some stability to this country. You can start by reaching out to everyone you know. Make sure they’re registered. Make sure they know how and when they’re going to vote. And then follow up with them, every day, to make sure they cast their ballot. Because in this election, we’ve got to vote for Joe in numbers that cannot be denied.”

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The president’s behavior may have been a bit over the top, but did he really have a choice. Wallace continually interrupted him, a behavior he didn’t apply to Biden nearly as often.

Trump has been attacked and assaulted by the mainstream media ever since his first campaign. He’s well aware of what he has to do in order to get his message across.

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