On Sunday, President Barack Obama sat down for an interview with MSNBC’s Al Sharpton to discuss his legacy as President and the state of the 2016 election.
Sharpton asked Obama about reports that African-American voters are not inspired to vote for Hillary Clinton.
“Michelle and I, we talk over the dinner table, we explain to our daughters, you know, not everything’s supposed to be inspiring. Sometimes you just do what you have to do, and one of the things you got to do right now is to make sure to vote for Hillary Clinton,” Obama told Sharpton.
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