Liberals celebrate nsw election swings in a video of President Barack Obama congratulating his wife and two daughters at the White House

Liberals celebrate nsw election swings in a video of President Barack Obama congratulating his wife and two daughters at the White House.

Obama made the announcement through a video posted on Twitter that had more than 4 million views by 7pm BST.

“I’m so proud of the girls, and you all are, of course, with me this morning, but I can’t wait to welcome them home. We need to win another term of this president, and I’m convinced he’ll be just as proud as you’re, Michelle, and Sasha and Malia. He’ll be just as excited about this campaign as I am and Michelle is and Sasha. I look forward to watching you next year.”

At the conclusion of his remarks, the presid포커 족보ent tweeted out a photo of Obama, with his wife and daughters.

The video was released hours after the president’s first big win in New Hampshire, wh아산출장안마en he edged out Mitt Romney to win the first of 16 contests this month.

President Obama holds up a copy of the Washington Post article that sparked the controversy

He beat Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Iowa, and then cruised to a commanding margin in New Hampshire, winning every available poll and topping the Republican field.

Mr Obama returned from the state with a huge lead in the polls, but he had a hard time in New Hampshire because of Republican concerns over alleged voter fraud during the state’s 2008 caucuses.

The controversy about the allegations of fraud in New Hampshire triggered a wave of criticism, including from Mr Romney, who took to T김해출장안마witter to express his frustration over Mr Obama’s apparent ignorance of the debate.

Mr Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, had also weighed in on Monday’s event on the BBC, telling viewers that Obama was taking the “wrong approach” on climate change.

The president, who had raised concerns about voter fraud during the 2008 presidential primaries, is hoping he can beat Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Iowa and New Hampshire, the first two states he seeks to win in November.

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hold a copy of the Washington Post article that sparked the controversy