Mr Obama said he had become disappointed with his brother's adminisntration
Most polls show Clinton three or four points ahead, but the latest police killings at home, and terrorist incidents abroad can only strengthen Mr Trump’s appeal
The president said it was essential that people were given the facts when deciding who to vote for
The Foreign Secretary's record was pulled up by Jeremy Corbyn at Ms May's first PMQs
He said the mass killing was ‘tragic’ and ‘appalling’
Hillary Clinton’s expected choice as Defence Secretary has just published a report on Syria which which makes for worrying reading. Its tactics would increase the likelihood of attacks like the one in Nice this week
The President took the opportunity to reflect on the progress made by Obamacare and outline his vision for its future
The US President said he had directed US officials to work with their French counterparts to 'investigate this attack and bring those responsible to justice'
'If somebody wants to make a joke about the love that flowers between the Turkish president and a goat, he should be able to do so in any European country, including Turkey'
He swayed back and forth and swung his hands, smiling
The president was speaking in Dallas about the police shootings - the 11th time he has talked about a mass shooting in just over seven years
Amid fears of a rollback of Poland’s democratic freedoms, President Obama had a harsh message of concern during a trip here for a NATO summit.
The president addressed the nation on Thursday night
Pyongyang's foreign ministry labelled the sanctions the 'worst hostile act'
He said: 'This Eid, we recommit to protecting Muslim Americans against bigotry and xenophobia, while celebrating the contributions of Muslim Americans around the country'
In his first appearance on the stump for his former Secretary of State, Mr Obama recalled how his admiration for her had grown during their bitter 2008 primary contest