The current and former presidents have, for decades, made a point of working with each other, rather than against each other, putting aside any differences they have had to do what is best for the people of the United States.
But Obama couldn’t stand to continue with that tradition, instead going against the laws of this country, and behind the back of our sitting president, Trump.
Is this a surprise? Not to many. It simply continues in the same vein as Obama’s other actions since leaving office, including the setting up as a shadow government, in efforts to keep Trump for succeeding.
But this new action on the part of Obama is even scarier than his shadow government. Reports are that Obama has held secret meetings with world leaders, a move that not just undermines the work of our elected leader, but flies directly in the face of federal laws.
According to a report by U Conservative, “During one of his speeches, Obama tried to convince those present that President Trump doesn’t have America’s best interest at heart, adding that world leaders to support him until he could bring Democrats back in place.”
Holding secret meetings with world leaders is often considered to be a federal crime. Obama, by encouraging world leaders to put pressure on the U.S. government, is working directly against it.
Obama’s boldness is unprecedented, and most likely the result of the considerable influence he still holds within the U.S. Department of Justice. At one point he even went so far as to call the current administration “temporary.” Astounding!
Ironically, however, the harder the anti-Trump forces push the harder they are pushed against. This, ultimately, gives Trump and other Republicans more power, not less.
Details about Obama’s meeting with the South Korean leader Moon Jae-in, as told by The Daily Caller, are as follows:
Former President Barack Obama seems to be feeling nostalgic for his old job, meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in Monday for 40 minutes.
The Korea Herald reported that Moon spoke about his recent meetings with President Trump in Washington and asked Obama for his advice on how to improve that relationship.
The meeting came after Obama spoke at the Asian Leadership Conference and the Fourth Congress of Indonesian Diaspora in Jakarta. There he attacked Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate change accord.
“In Paris, we came together around the most ambitious agreement in history about climate change, an agreement that even with the temporary absence of American leadership can still give our children a fighting chance,” Obama said in Indonesia.
The former president had said before leaving office that he appreciated his predecessor George W. Bush’s silence during his tenure, but also contended that he’s “still a citizen and that carries with it duties and obligations.”
Well, how about being obligated to support your president and country, rather than trying to attack it from within?