Obama pauses his speech to listen to a four-year-oldtext_fields
Atlanta: Campaigning for Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock in Georgia, former President of the United States Barack Obama stopped his speech to listen to a four-year-old. He took several breaks to interact with the child in the audience and remarked, "He is only four and he is making sense."
In a video shared on Twitter, Obama is heard saying: "We will be setting an example for a four-year-old right here, and lay a foundation for him to build on. They are watching now to see if we're going to get tired, and I'm going to tell them right now, we are not going to be tired."
The child at one point was heard saying "we've got the power."
He was talking about the close competition between Raphael Warnock and his opponent republican candidate Herschel Walker and the need for Democrat supporters to give the last push when he noticed the young child in the rally crowd.
"When again and again you serve up bald-faced lies, that says something about the kind of person you are and the kind of leader you would be if elected to the United States Senate," he said to the audience.
Speaking in front of 5,000 people, Obama asked them to reelect Rev Warnock to a full term in the upper chamber. He said the people of Georgia deserve a senator you can be proud of. Georgia senate elections are scheduled for December 6.