WASHINGTON (News Desk) – While the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is apparently far ahead of other aspirants for nomination, the incumbent United States President Barack Obama has said “I continue to believe Mr. Trump will not be president.”
Talking to newsmen after a session of U.S.-Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit in Mirage, California; Obama went on to say that he has a strong believe in the people of America who understand that being president is a serious job.
He further added that presidency was not like hosting a talk show or a reality show, it is something hard and a lot of people count on us getting it right.
It is also pertinent to be mentioned here that Donald Trump had outshone all his Republic fellows in New Hampshire primary polls by getting 38% percent of polls with a huge lead.
Meanwhile Hillary Clinton, the former US Secretary of the State, is facing off Bernie Sanders to earn Democratic presidential nomination. Iowa primary pols were won by Clinton with a thin lead however Sanders got around 65% votes in New Hampshire primary elections.