President Obama is on record bragging about the wonderful and peaceful transition of power that is a keystone of our Republic. He is not, however, on record as saying that it would be a smooth transition. You can look at the examples in this article and see some of the bumps in the road his administration has laid down. Obama is not going softly into the night,
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Who didn’t know that Obama and ‘his’ White House wouldn’t be capable of offering the same grace and courtesy extended to him by George W. Bush’s White House?
From Michelle Obama and her “now we have no hope” comments, to the attempts by Obama, Josh Earnest and others within the administration to “de-legitimize” the election results with all the talk of Russian interference; there seems to be no end to the ill-will being expressed.
But, recall for a moment Obama’s utterances the Wednesday after the election…
“We all want what’s best for the country. A sense of unity. A sense of inclusion. A respect for our institutions, our way of life, rule of law, and respect for each other. I hope [Trump] maintains that spirit throughout this transition. I certainly hope that’s how his presidency has a chance to begin.”
I guess that spirit of “respect for each other” he demanded was only meant to be one way.
The Washington Times reports – President Obama is dishing out a much rockier transfer of power to Donald Trump than he received from his predecessor eight years ago, from accusing the president-elect of being aided by Russian hackers to first lady Michelle Obama’s complaint that the nation has lost hope.
Despite pledging a “smooth and efficient” transition on the day after…
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