Ain’t no ways tared.
Hillary Clinton reflected on her relationship with President Obama and pledged to build on his work if elected, as the two hit the campaign trail together for the first time in 2016.
Unlike when traveling with other campaign surrogates, Clinton introduced Obama rather than the other way around. The president and presumptive Democratic nominee hugged and walked out to Clinton's campaign theme "Fight Song" as they waved to supporters in Charlotte, N.C. As Clinton stepped to the podium, Obama chanted "Hil-la-ry! Hil-la-ry!" along with the crowd.
"He was an opponent in a hard fought primary and the president I was honored to serve as secretary of state. But I've also known him as a friend that I was honored to stand with in the good times and hard times," Clinton said of Obama, before unloading on presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
"Someone who has never forgotten where's he's come from. And Donald, if you're out there tweeting, it's Hawaii," she quipped.