On Monday, Drake and other rapper turned anti-Trump special ed star Raekwon will perform at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas.
While the rapper has not endorsed Trump for president, Drake is the most visible symbol of resistance to the current president.
But the rapper’s anti-trump activism is not unique to Drake.
Last week, former President Barack Obama’s former chief of staff and longtime political advisor Valerie Jarrett tweeted that the “most powerful man in the world has no business saying anything about the president’s policies.”
Obama’s top advisor Valerie Rabinowitz, who is now a prominent Democratic political operative, tweeted “It’s not surprising that the president would make a political statement that would damage his approval ratings.”
Jarrett, who served as Obama’s senior adviser for public affairs and communications, has since been appointed to a post in the White House press office.
Jarrett’s new position is a position that will help to protect the president from criticism.
Jarrett has not spoken out against Trump on social media, but has been critical of Trump’s administration’s response to the refugee crisis and climate change.
“The President has the moral authority to act or not act based on what he thinks is best for the American people,” Jarrett wrote in her op-ed piece on the topic.
“I will not stand by and watch the country burn.”
Jarrett’s position, which will be an important piece of the White Senate’s effort to protect Obama from criticism, comes on the heels of the Obama administration’s announcement that it will begin rolling back Obama-era restrictions on immigration.
The Obama administration will roll back a series of executive actions and regulations from January 21, 2020, through January 4, 2021, according to the Whitehouse.gov website.
The changes will impact an estimated 7.7 million people and are expected to reduce the flow of people across the U.S.-Mexico border from 11.2 million to 5.7 billion.
The new rules will prohibit people from entering the U .
S. for any purpose, including temporary work, education, or medical care.
These are the very policies the president campaigned on, and his administration has continued to enforce them.
Obama’s policies have created a refugee crisis in the United States and led to thousands of deaths.
The President has taken steps to allow more illegal immigrants into the country illegally.
His policies have forced tens of thousands of families to flee their homes.
The Trump administration is also expected to roll back some of the policies, including the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), a program that Obama and other Democrats enacted that protected undocumented immigrants from deportation for six years.
DACA was one of Obama’s signature immigration reforms, but it was also the source of a surge in the number of people crossing the border illegally from Mexico.
While DACA allows people to remain in the country without fear of deportation, it has also led to a surge of unaccompanied minors crossing the U.-Mexico.
In a recent article for the Washington Post, Jarrett wrote that “the President’s actions have created chaos in the lives of many of his family members, and the administration is now scrambling to get the programs back up and running.”
The Obama White House has also continued to push for changes to the Affordable Care Act, which is the centerpiece of Obama-Drake’s anti-Trump resistance.
The ACA has been a source of controversy for months, with a number of Republican lawmakers questioning whether the law is working and if Trump is making the right moves.
For example, Republicans have pushed for changes in the ACA that would limit subsidies that insurance companies can provide to low-income people.
Additionally, some Republicans have called for the implementation of a “mandatory minimum” law, which would require Americans to purchase health insurance if they are not able to afford it.
The law, however, does not mandate that every American buy health insurance.
Instead, it requires that every person obtain insurance through an exchange, which allows people with pre-existing conditions to shop for coverage.
This legislation would give insurance companies greater flexibility in how they operate the exchanges, which could allow them to charge higher premiums to people who do not have pre-existing conditions.
But this is the type of legislation that Obama-Raeckwon has been pushing.
Last year, the rapper released a video that called on fans to support a Trump presidency.
In the video, he praised Trump’s promises to repeal Obamacare, the opioid epidemic, and build a wall along the U-S.-Mexican border.
The video is not Trump’s first video to advocate for an anti-Donald Trump political platform.
Last summer, he called for an investigation into the death of a Democratic National Committee staffer who was shot and killed while attempting to stop a Trump supporter from assaulting her.
Trump and his campaign have also used the video to defend Trump’s comments about the Black Lives Matter movement.
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