With just three days to go before the midterm elections, it's a tale of dueling presidents on the campaign trail.
The races in Georgia and Florida are, perhaps more than any other on the wide and varied 2018 map, a referendum on the first two years of the Trump era - and whether Democrats have nailed down a path for defeating the President's acolytes in the Republican Party.
Obama campaigned in Miami to support Florida Democrats for the November 6 midterm election - among those candidates: gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and Sen.
Obama's public appearances coincided with Trump's campaign visits to West Virginia and IN, where he urged voters to back Republican candidates for the US Senate. For Democrats in particular, Saturday's dramas began on Friday evening.
"They're even taking our great troops away from their families for a political stunt", Obama said.
Trump, who has placed immigration at the heart of his party's election effort, has persistently attacked the caravan of Central American migrants, denouncing it as a potential 'invasion'.
Former Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis, who was boosted in his bid for the nomination by the President's endorsement, now finds himself consistently off the pace in his race with Gillum, who will take a brief break from the trail early Saturday morning in the aftermath of a deadly shooting at a yoga studio in Tallahassee, where he is the mayor. "Don't be here", said Obama, before telling the heckler to not "come hollering here".
Trump has infamously encouraged supporters to "knock the crap" out of people who protest him at rallies.
'Let's make history happen right here in Florida, ' Obama told jubilant supporters at the end of a speech that was occasionally interrupted by pro-Republican protesters.
During his IN rally, Trump said he and Hall of Fame basketball coach Bob Knight had developed a "great romance". "The only check on that behavior is you and your vote". This weekend will see them making stops in a total of seven states. He is running against Democrat Bill Nelson, who now holds a Florida Senate seat. The margin of error is +/- 3.7%.
Trump said that Obama's assertion that "if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor" under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act proved false. Like other Democrats in the state, he still expects Manchin to win.