Obama Calls Herschel Walker A ‘Celebrity’ Candidate – Walker’s Response Is Pure Gold (VIDEO)

Obama was in Georgia this week to campaign for Democrats Raphael Warnock and Stacey Abrams.

While he was there, he couldn’t resist the urge to take a shot at Republican Herschel Walker, calling him a celebrity candidate. That’s rich coming from Obama, isn’t it?

Obama spent eight years partying with celebrities at the White House.

FOX News reports:

Barack Obama, in Georgia, calls Herschel Walker a ‘celebrity who wants to be a politician’

Former President Barack Obama repeatedly took aim at Herschel Walker, the Republican Senate nominee in Georgia who’s challenging Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock in a crucial battleground state Senate showdown.

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The former president, making his return to the campaign trail on behalf of fellow Democrats with just a week and a half to go until Election Day, criticized Walker, the former college and professional football star and first-time candidate, as “a celebrity to who wants to be a politician.”

Obama, who remains the most popular person in the Democratic Party nearly six years after he left the White House, is trying to perform some last-minute political magic as Democrats desperately try to hold onto their razor-thin congressional majorities in the midterm elections. The former president is headlining rallies in five states holding key Senate and gubernatorial races.

“I am here to ask you to vote,” the former president told approximately 7,000 people packed into an arena steps away from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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Watch Obama’s comments below:

Red State has Herschel Walker’s hilarious response:

“President Obama was here last night. He said I’m a celebrity. He got that one wrong, didn’t he? I’m not a celebrity, I’m a warrior for God. He got something else wrong, too. Remember two years ago he told us to vote for Joe Biden, didn’t he? He got that one wrong, did he not? He’s lost twice in Georgia already, hasn’t he, so I think he probably needs to sit this one out,”

Watch below:



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