Former President Barack Obama has not addressed the future of his campaigning efforts for Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman following the Democratic candidate’s debate performance.
Fetterman is running for Senate in Pennsylvania against Republican opponent Dr. Mehmet Oz, who he debated Tuesday night.
Fetterman, who suffered a near-fatal stroke in May, said in his opening remarks that he might miss words during the Tuesday debate due to his ongoing auditory processing recovery.
Throughout the broadcast, the lieutenant governor repeatedly failed to complete his thoughts and found himself unable to express ideas clearly.
Obama made a plea last week to Pennsylvania voters to elect Fetterman to the U.S. Senate, saying, “The fate of our democracy” is on the line. Read more…