While campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Florida, Obama argued that Trump is moocher who takes from the country without giving.
The President said:
Donald Trump is uniquely unqualified to be president. No, I’m not joking. You laugh. I’m not joking. He is temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief. Here’s a guy who says he’s a great businessman, but it seems like a lot of his business is built around stiffing small businesses and workers out of what he owes them. Work they’ve done. He thinks it’s cute or smart or funny to basically not pay somebody who’s done work for him, and say go ahead and sue because I’ve got more money than you, and you can’t do anything about it.
It’s not fair.
Here’s somebody who for decades has refused to release any tax returns. And maybe it’s because he’s not as rich as he says he is, but he has admitted that he does not pay federal income taxes for years. Not a dime. So, he’s not helping to support our troops or our veterans. He’s not helping to build roads or schools or helping young people to finance a college education because he’s not putting anything in.
He’s taking a lot out, but hasn’t put anything in.
A candidate who doesn’t contribute to the common good as a private citizen is not going to be a president who will act in the best interests of all Americans.
There is no reason to believe that Trump’s behavior would change if he became president. Instead of harming small businesses though not paying his bills, as president, Trump would target programs and spending that helps the poor, the elderly, and the disabled to pay for more benefits for himself.
Obama called Trump a moocher who makes money by taking without giving.
Trump’s behavior runs contrary to American values and ideals, and it shows the character of a man who is unfit for the White House.