The presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee has called on Americans of all stripes to sheath their differences and walk together as one.
Barrack Obama, 46, the Illinois senator said at a rally in Montana today: 'I want an America where colour differences are put aside and more pressing issues are tackled, Washington is taken on.'
Jeremiah Wright in an interview today on Fox said: 'Obama is a very good friend of mine and I look forward to continuing my relationship with him when he becomes president.
'You know what's fun: we get to implement all we have discussed together and all he has heard me say.'
David Plouffe, Obama's Campaign manager said: 'Only him has what it takes to bring America together.His rare combination of post-racial politics makes him ideal to lead America. He sat down at Trinity for twenty years drinking, he never paid attention and his daughters baptized by Jeremiah Wright, were just swimming - they love water.'
The Obama campaign say he is being witch-hunted because he transcends race.