Yesterday, President Obama spoke with thousands of grassroots supporters about what's next for our party and how we can stand up for the values we believe in.
If you missed the call, click here to listen to a recording:
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From: Barack Obama
Date: Nov 13th, 2016
Subject: Join me to talk about what's next
I know that, for the most part, Tuesday night didn't go the way we'd hoped for. But we always knew that at the end of a long and hard-fought campaign, regardless of outcome, we'd still have more work to do.
So I want to take a few minutes to talk about what comes next. I'll be jumping on the phone with Democrats across the country at 5:00 p.m. EDT on Monday, November 14th, and I'd like you to join me.
The road ahead is certainly going to be bumpier than we expected -- but that's OK.
When we set out on this journey nearly ten years ago, we knew it wouldn't be an easy one. And everything we've accomplished since then came about because of our hard work -- our determination to make the change we wanted to see, no matter what obstacles confronted us.
We can't get discouraged. We can't get cynical. As Hillary said on Wednesday morning, fighting for what is right is worth it.
It's time to brush ourselves off, get back in the arena, and get ready to fight. RSVP now to reserve your spot on tomorrow's call -- and I'll talk to you soon: