It would be too much to expect that President Obama would quietly into the night when he steps down from office. In an interview with David Axelrod, he said that he intended to pay attention to the example of George Washington. That would mean he would keep his opinions to himself. That did not last long as he put caveats into that statement. Read it for yourself.
As Written By Kerry Picket for Daily Caller:
President Barack Obama plans to speak out when he believes he needs to during the presidency of Donald Trump.
During an interview with his former White House adviser and now CNN political analyst David Axelrod, Obama reflected on the last 8 years what he wants to do for himself in the near and long term future
“I’m not sticking around by the virtue of the Constitution and because I believe in the wisdom that George Washington showed that at a certain point you make room for new voices and fresh legs,” Obama said.
He went on to say, “Now that doesn’t mean that if a year from now or year and a half from now or two years from now there is an issue of such a moment–such import that isn’t just a debate about a particular tax bill or a particular policy but it goes to some foundational issues about our democracy I might just weigh in. I’m still a citizen. And that carries with it duties and …..
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