Former President Barack Obama appeared in Nevada on Monday to help boost Democratic senatorial candidate Jacky Rosen’s campaign.
But Obama didn’t tell the crowd much about Rosen’s policies.
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Instead, the former president spent almost the entire speech telling the crowd about his glowing opinion of himself.
Appearing at the University of Nevada’s Cox Pavilion, Obama referred to himself 92 times during his 38-minute speech.
That means he mentioned himself once every 25 seconds… for nearly 40 minutes. The number stunned even Obama’s harshest critics.
The American Mirror made a supercut of many of Obama’s self-references —
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Only 2,000 people attended the rally. Cox Pavilion fits between 2,154 and 3,286 people, according to Fox News, which means the pro-Obama crowd was dwarfed by President Donald Trump’s rally in Nevada just two days prior.
8,500 Trump supporters came out to hear the president on Saturday in the northeast of the state. In other words, Trump drew approximately four times as many supporters… in a much smaller town.
“You guys go ahead and take a seat, I got a lot to say,” Obama told his smaller crowd Monday.
“First of all, I have to say that uh, I miss you, too!” he told a cheering fan. “I do!”
“This is the most important election I can remember in my lifetime, and that includes when I was on the ballot,” Obama told the crowd.
For once, he wasn’t wrong.
According to The American Mirror, Obama said “I” 85 times, “Me” 4 times, and said “My”, “Obama”, and “Barack” one time each.
That’s a lot of Obama.
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