President Obama to campaign for Hillary in Raleigh on Wednesday

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RALEIGH, N.C. — In the campaign’s final push, President Barack Obama will stump for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Raleigh on Wednesday, according to WTVD.

Clinton officials have not yet announced the date and time of the rally.

First lady Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton campaigned together in Winston-Salem on Thursday.

During the rally, Obama backed Clinton’s preparedness, dumped Trump’s lack of “temperament and maturity,” and urged people to vote early.

“With every action we take, with every word we utter, we think about the millions of children who are watching us,” the first lady said. “We want a president who takes this job seriously and has the temperament and maturity to do it well. Someone who is steady. Someone who can be trusted with the nuclear codes because we want to to to sleep at night knowing that our kids and our country are safe.”

For more updates, check the Clinton campaign event page.