Obama Compares Trump to a ‘Two-Bit Dictator’ at Miami Rally

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Former President Barack Obama is criticizing President Donald Trump for casting doubt on the results of Tuesday’s upcoming election, likening him to strongmen elsewhere in the world. Addressing a Monday evening drive-in rally in Miami on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s behalf, Obama said his successor has suggested he may “declare victory before all the votes are counted tomorrow.” “That’s something a two-bit dictator does,” Obama said. “If you believe in democracy, you want every vote counted.” Obama said if a Democrat was acting like Trump, “I couldn’t support him.” The former president also slammed Trump for suggesting that he might fire Dr. Anthony Fauci from his job as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. “Now we find out his intention is to eliminate from his administration one of the world’s leading experts in infectious disease, Biden said. “The one guy who’s taken it seriously all along that he hasn’t been paying attention to.”

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