Barack Obama is leaving the White House and he is making his last interviews as a president these days. He showed strong negativity against the elect-president Donald Trump and he set up hundreds obstacles that will be difficult for the new White House resident to pass. However, in the last devastating interview on NBC, Obama speaks differently, passionately- smart like never before. He was our president for nearly a decade and he knows everything about ,,ruling” a country. He gives good advice to Donald Trump- campaign is not the same as governing- the lesson he learned by himself…
Daily Mail reported that though Obama acknowledged that Trump is “engaging and gregarious,” he added that the two of them are “sort of opposites.” Obama started off with the positives about Trump, claiming that he has enjoyed his conversations with the incoming president.
“He is somebody who I think is not lacking in confidence,” Obama said.
When Stephanopoulos said that many would describe Obama that way, the president said, “It’s probably a prerequisite for the job, or at least you have to have enough craziness to think that you can do the job.”
However, it was then that Obama turned on Trump, saying that the president-elect “has not spent a lot of time sweating the details,” while “I’m on he policy wonk end of the spectrum.”
Obama said that this lack of attention to detail could be both a “strength and a weakness.”
“If it gives him fresh eyes, then that can be valuable,” Obama pointed out. “But it also requires you knowing what you don’t know and putting in place people who do have the kinds of experience and background and knowledge that can inform good decision making.”
Obama later discussed the “cordial” conversations he’s had with Trump.
“The main thing that I’ve tried to transmit is that there’s a difference between governing and campaigning, so that what he has to appreciate is as soon as you walk into this office after you’ve been sworn in, you’re now in charge of the largest organization on Earth,” Obama said.
H/T Truth Monitor
Obama is right for many things he said in his interview, but it is too late to make a nice face before the auditorium. Our country suffered hard loses under your governing Barack, and you have to admit that our reputation has never been worse on the global map- all because of you. You really can give good advice and help to our elect president- but first, you have to be honest, and tell who do you work for and what your true agenda is. Until then- this is just a good acting. You know, at the end of the Chess game, the king and the pawn go in same box!
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