Obama campaigns for Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe

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“We’re at a turning point right now… There’s a politics of meanness and division and conflict… and that’s one path but the good news is there’s another path,” former President Obama said during a campaign rally for Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe in the state capital

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