Hillary Clinton is bringing out the big guns to campaign for her, the type of names that Trump could NEVER get.
Both Michelle Obama and Elizabeth Warren have joined a growing list of top Democrats hitting the trail in the coming days for Clinton, as the campaign looks to present a united front behind an array of high-profile party figures.
Warren will start campaigning on Friday in Philadelphia. Obama, meanwhile, will campaign for Clinton on Sept. 16 in the Northern Virginia suburbs, joining a list other prominent elected officials and celebrities backing Clinton’s candidacy.
The campaign previously announced that President Barack Obama will speak on Clinton’s behalf on Sept. 13 in Pennsylvania, while former President Bill Clinton will hit up four states this week and daughter Chelsea Clinton will make appearances in Pennsylvania on Wednesday.
The Clinton campaign is looking to present a united front behind the candidate, showing the wide level of party support behind her in comparison to Trump and the Republican Party. Others hitting the trail in the coming days include Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, NARAL president Ilyse Hogue, disability rights activist Anastasia Somoza, former Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Delaware Gov. Jack Markell, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro and actors Tony Goldwyn, Don Cheadle and Audra McDonald.
Clinton spokesman Jesse Ferguson said, “Now that we are past labor day, Democratic leaders are kicking it into high gear to make the case that Hillary Clinton has the ability to do the job of Commander-in-Chief and President on day one. She appreciates their support. Many of these people know what it takes to do this job and see Hillary Clinton as the only candidate with the experience, qualifications and temperament needed. Not only does Donald Trump not have the support of any living former President of the United States or even the most recent GOP nominee for President, but many other prominent Republicans are conveniently absent from campaigning for him because they share the growing doubts about his candidacy.”