Barack Obama tells Democratic candidates to 'chill out'
Barack Obama tells Democratic candidates to 'chill out'

Former President Barack Obama urged Democrats to “chill out” about the state of the party’s primary field.

He said the difference between Democratic candidates are “minor” compared to Trump.

Obama said people need to think about “rallying behind whoever emerges from this process.” Massachusetts Gov.

Deval Patrick, a friend of Obama, recently joined the Democratic race.

According to CNN, he largely joined over fear of the group of Democrats running against Trump.