Standing in front a packed, enthusiastic crowd at Fayetteville State University, President Obama said North Carolina has a chance to move history.
"It isn't that often in your life when you have a chance to move history ... to bend the arc of history in the direction of justice," Obama said at the historically black college. "This is one of those moments. Right now, you can reject mean-spirited politics that would take us backwards."
The president visited Fayetteville on Friday afternoon to stump for Hillary Clinton and other fellow Democrats, including Deborah Ross for U.S. Senate and Roy Cooper for governor.
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