Barack Obama told friends that Donald Trump is a 'bulls*****r'

Bruno Cirelli
Mag 19, 2017

"The bromance continues. It's not ended", Obama's chief of staff, Anita Decker Breckenridge, tells People in the magazine's newest cover story. However, once Trump pulled off his shocking upset, Obama reached out to his successor, offering advice to Trump and largely being silent on the new administration since leaving office.

During the election, then-President Barack Obama was very vocal about his desire to see Donald Trump defeated by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. "But he's also optimistic and heartened that citizens aren't just watching it happen but engaging with neighbors and elected representatives at town halls", a third source close to Obama reportedly told the publication.

Ha! We'd LOVE to hear Barack's thoughts on the reality show/espionage thriller Trump has turned the Oval Office into.

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Obama's predecessor, President George W. Bush, stayed silent for almost Obama's entire term despite obvious political differences.

Obama has been fairly quiet since he left the White House, with only a few public appearances.

. It was one of the things that troubled me about his presidency. After President Donald Trump's inauguration January 20, the Obamas left Washington D.C. for a holiday in the British Virgin Islands were they were photographed spending time with business mogul Richard Branson, reports said.

Trump's attack received bipartisan approval, with many viewing it as an improvement over Obama's less hawkish policy toward Syria.

We all know that even if he doesn't want to admit it, the 44th President of the United States must have some type of opinion about the 45th President of the United States.

Trump launched his political career by pushing the racist birther lie, which served to undermine the first black president by implying he was ineligible for the role. In December 2016, he told CNN's Fareed Zakaria that he still believes he made the correct decision. "The answer is yes".

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