Obama Slams Trump In Not So Subtle Way
The former President boasted "Unlike some, I actually try to state facts" during a rally in Nevada on Monday.
With U.S. midterm elections two weeks away, President Obama has lent his vital support to Democrats in the tightly-contested state of Nevada.
He told a captivated audience of 2,000 people in Las Vegas the consequences for not voting in this race "would be profoundly dangerous for our country."
Touting his own record of providing health insurance for millions of Americans, he didn't mince words regarding Republicans still trying to repeal Obamacare.
"I know you can bet on anything here in Vegas, but you don't want to bet that Republicans are going to protect your healthcare," he quipped.
The former president then moved onto the economy and when he recounted Republican tax cuts, he appeared to take a not-so-subtle stab at Trump.
"Here's just one simple fact. This is a fact! Unlike some, I actually try to state facts. I believe in facts," he offered, as the supportive crowd cheered.
"I believe in a fact-based reality and fact-based politics. I don't believe in just making stuff up. I think you should like, actually say to people what's true," he added with a smile.
The rally was focused on the state's Senate race where Democrat Jacky Rosen is challenging the Republican senator currently in office, Dean Heller.
Trump has stumped for Heller while former Vice President Joe Biden and Obama have thrown their weight behind Rosen during two separate rallies.