Barack Obama Draws Excited Crowds Ordering Tacos In Miami While Campaigning In Florida

When Obama comes to your neighborhood to order tacos, it’s a big deal.

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President Obama hugs Cary Dixon, a mother of a family member struggling with addiction, after an event at the East End Family Resource Center in Charleston, W.Va., Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015. Obama was in Charleston to to host a community discussion on the prescription drug abuse and heroin epidemic. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Previous President Barack Obama ceased at an eatery to arrange tacos while on the battlefield in Florida. Obviously, he drew extensive hordes of energetic supporters.

Barack Obama was welcomed with yells of energy as he entered eatery Coyo Taco at its area in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, The Miami Herald announced.

“I need everyone to cast a ballot!” Obama yelled, as indicated by the Herald.

Obama visited Miami to crusade for the state’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Andrew Gillum, and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. The two hopefuls joined the previous president to arrange tacos after the rally.

The staff at Coyo Taco communicated their energy over Obama’s visit in an Instagram post.

The inscription for the post clarified that Obama told the eatery staff he was glad for their work. “This gathering of workers will dependably cherish you!!” the eatery included.

A  larger apparently formed outside the restaurant as word got out that Obama, Gillum, and Nelson were there, the Herald reported.

In another video shared on Twitter by CNN’s Daniella Diaz, Obama can be heard jokingly asking: “Alright guys, where’s my taco?”


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