Former US President Barack Hussein-Obama Exposed and “Irked”
US President Donald Trump and Mr. Barack Hussein-Obama have not spoken since Inauguration Day as the relationship between them continues chilling to cold.
Mr. Hussein-Obama was described as irked and exasperated after President Trump’s claim that he was responsible for wiretaps during the Presidential campaign
The left media is reporting the Mr. Hussein-Obama and his aides (gang) were left in disbelief after President Trump made his charges on Twitter.
The discord between the 2 goes against a tradition of an “almost unwritten rule that you treat your predecessor with a degree of grace and decorum,” said a Presidential historian.
“There are these kinds of things that have happened in the past, but nothing to the degree where a sitting President would charge his predecessor with a felony,” he said. “It creates a feeling of instability in the United States.”
And the newspaper used stronger terms than CNN in describing Mr. Hussein-Obama’s demeanor after President Trump’s wiretap accusations. It said Mr. Hussein-Obama was “livid” over the claims.
While the 2 have not talked, President Trump had attempted to call Mr. Hussein-Obama to thank him for a letter he had left for him in the Oval Office. Mr. Hussein-Obama, who was traveling at the time, never responded.
Historians note other Presidents have endured stormy relationships with those who came before them, according to The New York Times.
Most Presidents have publicly ignored their predecessors, Donald Trump does not care about the prescient, there are no “Black Files” on him in DC. He is making the rules.
But former House Speaker Newt Gingrich summed up Trump’s feeling this way: “It’s a sign of how deeply concerned he is. They (Obama and his Gang)have a much bigger assault against him than people have had in the past.”
President Donald Trump has exposed Barack Hussein-Obama for what he is to the American people, a felon.
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