Cette vidéo a été enregistrée hier, avant la rencontre avec M Sanders à l'issue de laquelle le président Obama n'a fait aucune déclaration tandis que M Sanders à réaffirmer continuer la course.
Cette vidéo est un chef d'oeuvre d'hypocrisie et de flagornerie à l'adresse de Clinton, la féministe. Exactement le genre de formule excessive à l'extrême que l'on fait à quelqu'un que l'on veut, en réalité, couler en exagérant tellement les compliments et les félicitations que s'en est risible et, quand c'est bien fait comme dans le cas d'Obama, fatal.
La campagne Ciinton n'a pas encore réagi.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Obama Endorses Hillary Clinton, and Urges Democrats to Unite
The New York Times, le 9 Juin 2016
Titre et inter-titres E Gaillot pour €calypse News, le 9 Juin 2016
WASHINGTON — President Obama on Thursday formally endorsed Hillary Clinton and called her the most qualified candidate to seek the White House, imploring Democrats to come together to elect her after a bruising party primary.
In a video posted on Mrs. Clinton’s Facebook page, Mr. Obama said, “I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office.”
Mr. Obama is impatient to begin playing an active role in the race to succeed him, and his administration has been in talks with Mrs. Clinton’s team in recent days about how and where he could be most helpful to her.
But the president has been circumspect about declaring the race finished — even after Mrs. Clinton captured sufficient delegates in primaries on Tuesday to clinch the Democratic nomination — making a public show of respect for Senator Bernie Sanders and his highly motivated coalition of progressive supporters.
On Thursday, Mr. Obama congratulated Mrs. Clinton on “making history” in becoming the presumptive nominee, and said he had personally witnessed her qualifications for the Oval Office. “I have seen her judgment, I’ve seen her toughness, I’ve seen her commitment to our values up close,” the president said.
Mr. Obama also praised Mr. Sanders — who left the White House about 90 minutes before the video was posted — for what he called an “incredible campaign.” He said the Vermont senator’s emphasis on addressing income inequality, reducing the influence of money in politics, and bringing young people into the political process would strengthen the party.
“Embracing that message is going to help us win in November,” Mr. Obama said.He said he knew how hard being president can be.
“That’s why I know Hillary will be so good at it,” he said. “In fact, I don’t think there’s ever been anyone so qualified to hold this office. She’s got the courage, the compassion, and the heart to get the job done.
“I’m with her, I am fired up, and I cannot wait to get out there to campaign for Hillary.”The Clinton campaign then announced that Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton would campaign together in Green Bay, Wis., on Wednesday.