Obama takes aim at Donald Trump's presidential campaign saying the Republican race ranges from ''school yard'' taunts to scenes from ''the home shopping network''. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. President Barack Obama took aim at Donald Trump and the Republican party at a fundraiser in Austin, Texas where he described the Republican campaign that ranges from "school yard" taunts to scenes from "the home shopping network." "We got a debate inside the other party that is fantasy and school yard taunts, selling stuff like its the home shopping network," Obama said. "And you got the Republican establishment, they are very exorcized, we are shocked, that somebody would be saying these things," Obama said. How can you be shocked, this is the guy.,, you remember who was sure that I was born in Kenya," Obama said. "And all this same Republicans establishment, they weren't saying nothing," Obama said. After touting his record as president, Obama said "Imagine what Trump would say if he had a record like this?, instead of selling steaks." He added, "Has anybody tried that wine? How good can that wine be?" Obama asked. "I don't take pleasure in seeing what is going on in the other side, we need a healthy two party system," Obama said.