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Obama and Merkel Take Turns Lecturing Trump

Two pompous world leaders — an American president who has led the world into disarray and the American economy to one-percent growth and a German chancellor who just allowed a million undocumented Muslim refugees into her country, no doubt including hundreds or thousands of terrorists — decided to condescend today to the newly elected president, Donald Trump.

“I think the president-elect is going to see fairly quickly that the demands and responsibilities of a U.S. president are not ones that you can treat casually,” President Obama said during a joint press conference with Angela Merkel in Berlin. “If you’re not serious about the job, then you probably won’t be there very long, because it will expose problems,” he said.

“It’s easier to make negative attacks and simplistic slogans than it is to communicate complex policies — but we’ll figure it out,” he said.

Gosh, that Obama. He’s so complex. And how stupid can we Americans have been to have just elected such a dumbass? One that figured out how to earn billion of dollars, but a dumbass.

“There are a lot of people who are looking for simplistic solutions, who are preaching unfriendly policies,” Merkel chimed in.

True, maybe Trump can get some lessons from Obama on taking the presidency seriously. You know, governing from the golf course, five weeks of vacation time a year, not bothering to build relationships with lawmakers on Capitol Hill, having few close ties with leaders overseas, appearing on any stupid talk show or YouTuber show one can find, and associating oneself with empty-headed Hollywood and singing stars, including purveyors of smut and misogynist material.

Obama just left Greece, where he lectured on democracy, which he did more to undermine — with his executive orders, willingness to ram society-changing Obamacare through on a party-line vote, and demonization of his opponents — than any president since Nixon.

Here he is pontificating from the Parthenon, if you can take it.

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28 Responses to Obama and Merkel Take Turns Lecturing Trump

  1. Unbelievable!

    “I think the president-elect is going to see fairly quickly that the demands and responsibilities of a U.S. president are not ones that you can treat casually,” President Obama said during a joint press conference with Angela Merkel in Berlin. “If you’re not serious about the job, then you probably won’t be there very long, because it will expose problems,” he said.

    “expose problems”
    What narcissistic gall.

    See the links above.

    • I could say I’m gobsmacked : : :
      But by golly gosh. Compare an unvetted, most likely Jr. College dropout (no records of supposed college years) with absolutely no work experience in adult endeavors to an educated, successful (very wealthy) business man…
      The arrogant pipsqueek spouts muffled words as he speaks with his head up his butt.

  2. MrObama, scorned and humiliated, turns into a bitter sore loser who sneers that his successor could not possibly be as good as he is. Evidence and facts expose the truth – he wasn’t that good, his agenda was repudiated, and he will no longer be the “one”.

    MrTrump, a man of multiple accomplishments around the globe, is busy pulling together a coalition of former enemies and loyalists to make a force that will get things done in Washington. If he heard the comments of the President and MrsMerkle, he most likely ignored their pompous remarks.

  3. Expect the infantile bitch to get worse as the remaining 63 days dwindles to zero. I prefer to think its only 9 weeks, in single digits until the little bitch is gone….

  4. Bush, despite his faults, didn’t berate Obama every chance he had before Obama’s inauguration. I remember thinking how utterly crass Obama was, for having a special “seal of the president elect.” As far as Merkel is concerned, she’s just like Obama but with breasts and in a lighter shade. I despise them both!

  5. Trump should never ever speak to Obama again as Obama doesn’t have the brains or the respect for himself even, to tell the Soros protesters to stop hurting America. This absolute bum Obama and Merkel, the moron for letting in lots and lots of terrorists into Germany, are such bad people that words cannot describe the horror that will result from their actions, which probably makes the control freak Obama very proud of himself, viscious animal that he is.

  6. What Obummer continues to miss is that complicated problems can sometimes have simplistic solutions. Washington has mired us in complex attempts to solve relatively simple problems. Speaking ill of the president elect, by the current president is a breach of decency and we unfortunately have not heard the last of it from this Pontificator in Chief

  7. “I think the president-elect is going to see fairly quickly that the demands and responsibilities of a U.S. president are not ones that you can treat casually,”

    And he knows whereof he speaks. He is leaving such a heap of destruction — including the recently released Jeh Johnson illegal Haitians — that Donald Trump should receive our eternal gratitude if he at least makes a small dent in this human assault on our nation.

    And quite frankly I am fed up with the Dreamers — having just recently read a glowing article about an MIT graduated “undocumented immigrant” is excelling at Gold Sachs. If Obama “pardons” them en masse we have even bigger problems.

    We have a shot at restoring some order, but the Germans unless they get off their are stuck with that sow.

    Too bad Trump is restrained by his new status as President Elect — I would love for him to unleash a ton of AMERICA on them.

  8. Obama must be completely crazy — how dare he say that Trump is not taking his Presidency seriously?

    Remember how Obama and ilk created the phony “Office of the Presidency” and ran around acting as if Bush’s last months in office were already over?

  9. By the way, KK — the NYT story on Sessions, that he opposed immigration reform, is another Times canard. What Sessions opposes — has always opposed, even when it was coming from Bush 43 — is amnesty, and a wide-open border. The information is available to any journalist not too lazy to do their homework. I covered Sessions as an Alabama journo from his rise to the Senate until I retired in 2008. I know.