Obama rally in California gets ‘very low turnout’

Obama will rally in Sacramento, California, on Tuesday to make his third stop of the day, as he attempts to rally voters behind his agenda of overhauling health care and taxes.

The rally, which will be hosted by the California chapter of the Congressional Black Caucus, will be at the UC Davis Student Union.

The event is being co-hosted by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders.

The president is expected to address a large crowd of supporters and supporters of Democrats in the state.

In his speech, he will call for a Medicare-for-all single-payer healthcare system, as well as other policies aimed at boosting wages and raising the minimum wage.

He will also discuss the ongoing debate over the debt ceiling, as Democrats have sought to push for more debt relief and to raise the debt limit.

Sanders has been one of the few Democrats to publicly criticize Trump in recent weeks, particularly after the president took credit for the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month.

Trump is scheduled to deliver his remarks at 2:30 p.m.


The event is the first of two planned in California this week, with a rally in Fresno, California at 6 p.M.

ET on Monday and another in Oakland, California on Tuesday.

The president has been criticized by some Republicans for his failure to rally support for his agenda in the past, as Republicans in his party have struggled to unite behind his plans.

Sanders will be the first sitting U.S. president to hold a rally outside a federal building since Bill Clinton, who held a rally at the Capitol in Washington in 1993.

Clinton also drew a large national crowd, but the event was marred by a large number of protesters and a police escort.