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Obama urges donors not to take midterms for granted: 'We are seeing the consequences' of a political story based on fear

LOS ANGELES_Without once mentioning the president by name, former President Barack Obama on Thursday drew sharp contrast between his eight years in office and the Trump administration.

"To a large degree, we are seeing a competition between two stories," the former president told about 200 people at a high-dollar fundraiser for the Democratic National

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