Thanks, Obama, for this reminder on why we elected Trump

Former President Barack Obama is out on a speaking tour and raking in the big dollars while still being a community organizer. American Thinker writer, Monica Showalter, has some snarky things to say about the contents of the former President’s speeches. 

Mr. Obama was in Paris and was really taking shots at the current President’s policies. Heck, maybe someone should threaten the community organizer with a little treatment from the little-used Logan Act. It is not up to a former President to try to upset national policy efforts. See what Ms. Showalter has to say.

As Written By Monica Showalter for the American Thinker:

Miss him yet? Former President Obama is back, taking big-dollar speaking engagements in places like Paris, and unintentionally reminding us why we elected Trump.

Based on his speech for a group of communications executives called ‘Les Napoleons,’ he thinks women make better leaders than men, men are ‘having problems’ with sex harassment, global warming’s Paris Treaty is coming back, and ‘global challenges’ must be faced.


Agence Presse-France has a couple of versions of the ex-president’s Paris speech yesterday and it’s godawful. They can be read here and here.

What Obama’s speech was full of provides a handy checklist for why we voted for Trump. To wit, it includes:

  • The Absurd:

“I grant you that at the moment we have a temporary absence of American leadership on the issue,” Obama said, to laughter in the audience packed with French CEOs and former ministers.

But the US remains on track to meet its targets, he said, thanks to the action of some states, cities and because it made “business sense.”

Business sense? For starters, what would Obama, community organizer in chief, know about business sense? Obama seems to be opaque to……


Bloviating abroad, Obama reminds us why we elected Trump



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