Barack Obama’s subtle burn towards Donald Trump

Barack Obama's subtle burn towards Donald Trump US President Barack Obama says he has advised his successor Donald Trump not to attempt to run the White House “the way you would manage a family business”. In an interview with ABC News, Mr Obama said that Mr Trump must “respect” US institutions.

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Obama makes final push against Trump on key areas

US President Barack Obama shakes hands with President-elect Donald Trump at the end of their meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. President Obama has once again criticized Donald Trump, saying he cannot run the White House …

Daily Sabah

Barack Obama says Donald Trump may have ‘enough craziness’ to be president

Barack Obama thinks Donald Trump is “very engaging and gregarious” and “not lacking in confidence”, to the point where he may have “enough craziness to think [he] can do the job”. But he won’t say if he likes him. The US president spoke to ABC This

The Guardian

Barack Obama calls Donald Trump ‘engaging and gregarious’

President Barack Obama called President-elect Donald Trump ‘engaging and gregarious’ though suggested to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that the two leaders are ‘sort of opposites.’ In his final Sunday show sit-down, the outgoing Democratic president …

Daily Mail

How Donald Trump is Testing the Limits

President Barack Obama is set to deliver his farewell address to the nation Tuesday evening from his hometown of Chicago, as he seeks to defend his legacy as the calendar turns to the age of Trump. Obama will be joined by his most loyal supporters


Obama says Donald Trump can’t undo “irreversible momentum” of clean energy

In an academic article written for the journal Science on Monday, President Barack Obama reassured proponents of clean energy that positive change will continue, even under a Donald Trump presidency.


‘Bigger than politics’: Donald Trump looms over Barack Obama’s final speech

The U.S. president is returning to Chicago, where he launched his political career, to give the final speech of his presidency. Share on Facebook. Reddit this! A. A. Report an Error. Share via Email. Print. U.S. President Barack Obama is returning to

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Challenge for Democrats: Don’t let GOP bury news about Trump nominees with crazy hearing schedule

Donald Trump has won the presidency after narrowly carrying a few states to put him above 270 electoral votes.But according… Sign the petition to U.S. Senators: Block all Trump appointees. President-elect Donald Trump has appointed white supremacist …

Daily Kos

Obama Says World Will Move Forward On Clean Energy, With Or Without Donald Trump

“This should not be a partisan issue. It is good business and good economics to lead a technical revolution.” 01/09/2017 10:06 am ET. Nick Visser Reporter, The Huffington Post. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters. President Barack Obama wrote about good news in …

Huffington Post

President Obama Says He and Donald Trump ‘Are Sort of Opposites’

President Obama said he thinks it’s fair to say that he and President-elect Donald Trump “are sort of opposites in some ways,” but he admitted there is one thing they have in common: confidence. “It’s probably a prerequisite for the job, or at least

ABC News

Barack Obama: Trump Has ‘Enough Craziness’ to Be President

President Obama gave his successor Donald Trump a bit of a compliment during a wide-ranging interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, saying the president-elect had the right amount of “craziness” needed to lead the country. When asked if he …


Barack Obama tells Donald Trump US presidency is not a family business, urges greater focus on policy

US President Barack Obama has advised his successor Donald Trump to avoid running the White House like his business empire. Key points: Barack Obama says Donald Trump must understand the difference between campaigning and governing …

ABC Online

President Obama Says Donald Trump May Have ‘Enough Craziness’ to Be President

U.S. President Barack Obama is interviewed by Vox at the Blair House on Jan. 6, 2017 in Washington, DC. The president discussed the future of Obamacare during a livestreamed broadcast. (Ron Sachs-Pool/Getty Images). With less than two weeks to go in …

The Epoch Times

Donald Trump bids US ambassadors abrupt adieu

US President-elect Donald Trump has ordered Barack Obama’s politically-appointed ambassadors to leave when he takes office. The move will force many deputies to pick up the slack. USA Donald Trump in Manchester (Reuters/C. Allegri). President-elect …

Deutsche Welle

When is Donald Trump’s inauguration as President and how can I watch it?

In just a matter of days Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. The grand ceremony will take place in Washington DC with 1,600 guests attending – including Barack Obama, Cabinet members, diplomats and the elite of …

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Obama and Trump cap tempestuous transition

After vowing a smooth transition, President Barack Obama and Donald Trump are presiding over one of the most tumultuous transfers of power in US history. Assassinations notwithstanding, American presidential transitions have generally been peaceful …

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Barack Obama’s subtle burn towards Donald Trump

It could well be the question you’ll never have an answer to — just what does outgoing United States president Barack Obama think of the man set to replace him at the White House. Being interviewed on US television show This Week, Obama was asked if

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The high price Republicans paid for Donald Trump

Flash back to the year 2000. George W. Bush became president of the United States with the help of Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and a politically motivated, right-leaning Supreme Court. Later, George W. Bush would do the worst thing any U.S. president could

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