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The Power of Relentless: Obama Mocks Wayne Allyn Root at Commencement Speech

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Jun/02/2016

A Donald Trump surrogate and special contributor to the Gambling911.com website was referenced and mocked by US President Barack Obama during a commencement speech at the US Air Force Academy.

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“Remove Obama or millions of Americans die,” Obama said with a laugh, quoting directly from Wayne Allyn Root’s book “The Power of Relentless”.  That book features a quoted critique from the presumptive GOP candidate Donald Trump.

Rachel Maddow kicked off her 9 pm EST MSNBC show profiling Root and referring to him as the “ultimate conspiracy theorist”.  

Root had long been known as a Las Vegas sports handicapper (or tout) before becoming the 2008 Libertarian running mate to Bob Barr.  Both men have since left the Libertarian party.

Root has since become a sort of surrogate for the real estate billionaire and even introduced Trump during a January event. 

“He will go to Washington and break it,” Root said of the Republican candidate.

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