Trump Fires Back At Obama’s Campaign Appearances: ‘Get Back To Work For The American People’

President Barack Obama on Friday has received heavy  criticism from Republican nominee Donald Trump while on the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.

According to the report, Obama spent much of the final months of this election season being a cheerleader for Clinton. At a rally Wednesday in North Carolina, Obama called Trump a “loser” because of claims the election was rigged.

“If in the middle of the game you’re spending all your time arguing with the refs, then you’re a loser and you shouldn’t win,” Obama said, as quoted saying in the report.

Obama reportedly  spoke at a Clinton rally Thursday at Florida International University.  “I’m With Her,” he urged. “Five more days to decide the future,” Obama told the crowd.  “The good news is that you don’t have to wait for Election Day to vote.”

Obama said Trump saying he was “temperamentally unfit to be commander-in-chief.”

And here’s how he responded:

Trump also vowed  to repeal and replace Obamacare.

“Trump has now made a big point of his campaign pitch to attack Obamacare. Recent reports are indicating a significant rise in premiums for custonsumers, with some states like Tennessee seeing a spike of more than 50 percent,” the report said.

Meanwhile,  CBS News reported that Blue Cross Blue Shield has pulled out of three major Tennessee markets. It cited also $500 million in losses from participation in Obamacare over three years.