Trump reacts to Obama endorsing Clinton: 'He wants four more years'
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Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpPapadopoulos on AG's new powers: 'Trump is now on the offense' Pelosi uses Trump to her advantage Mike Pence delivers West Point commencement address MORE says President Obama endorsed Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton2020 Democrats target federal ban on abortion funding Hillary Clinton slams Trump for spreading 'sexist trash' about Pelosi Gillibrand seizes on abortion debate to jump-start campaign MORE for president because he wants "four more years of Obama."

"Nobody else" but Obama wants four more years of the same, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee tweeted Thursday.

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Obama on Thursday endorsed Clinton, saying in a video, "I don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office."
 
Clinton said it was "such a treat" to receive the endorsement from Obama. She battled the then-Illinois senator in the 2008 presidential primary and served four years as his secretary of State.
 
Asked during through the White House briefing about Trump's tweet, White House press secretary Josh Earnest noted that there are some "differences" between Obama and Clinton, saying "they do not have the same opinion on every issue."
 
Still, Earnest said, "He's seen her tenacity, her dedication, her commitment to a set of principles they share and that's why the president is enthusiastic about her campaign."
 
Obama has signaled he wants to start campaigning hard against Trump, and used an appearance in Indiana last week to go after the outspoken businessman.
 
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- Updated at 2:48 p.m.