For the most part, President Obama has kept a low profile since he left the White House in January. However, he’s going to be in the spotlight a lot more now that he’s begun campaigning for Phil Murphy, his former ambassador to Germany and the Democratic nominee for governor of New Jersey.
When Obama took the stage at a campaign event on Thursday, he was met with chants of “four more years.”
Obama laughed in response to chants and then told the audience:
‘I will refer you to both the Constitution, as well as to Michelle Obama, to explain why that will not happen.’
MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin shared of video of Obama’s reception on Twitter on Thursday afternoon.
Crowd breaks out into chants of 'FOUR MORE YEARS' as Obama takes the stage to campaign for Phil Murphy in NJ. pic.twitter.com/hPkwSJcDjT
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 19, 2017
Almost everyone who responded to Griffin’s tweet made it clear that they also miss the former president.