Herschel Walker said that Barack Obama didn't tell the whole story when he joked about the Georgia Senate candidate.

During a rally on Friday, Obama poked fun at Walker, who was campaigning for a Democratic senator.

During a November rally, the GOP nominee mused if he would want to be a vampire or a werewolf.

Mr. Walker has been speaking about issues that are important to the people of Georgia. Obama made a joke about whether it was better to be a vampire or a werewolf. When I was seven years old, I had a debate with myself. I got older.

During an appearance on Fox News, the former football player responded to Obama.

Walker went on to talk about mythical creatures during a speech in Georgia.

I'm not sure if you know, but vampire are some cool people. A vampire can be killed by a werewolf, that's what I discovered. Is that something you knew? Walker did not want to be a vampire anymore. I would like to be a werewolf.

According to Rolling Stone, Walker said that his vampire and werewolf story had a deeper meaning.

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The whole story was about people having faith, having faith and continuing to go out and do their jobs. The whole story is not told.

Walker has been criticized by GOP members who said he will probably go down as one of the worst candidates in the history of the party.