Former President Barack Obama made some nasty comments this week about the United States and President Donald Trump while delivering remarks in another country. Obama suggested that America wouldn’t be able to handle a crisis with “common sense”, later adding that the world would be much better off if there were “a million Barack’s” in the world.
While speaking in Winnipeg, Canada, on Monday night, the 44th president told the crowd that he doesn’t believe the U.S. has the leadership to handle troubles like a major recession.
“If we had a crisis today, I’m concerned that we, at least in the United States, may not be in the habit of trying figure things out in a common sense, practical way,” Obama arrogantly claimed, propping himself up.
“I think the danger that we have sometimes now in our politics in the United States, and what I’m seeing internationally, is us being driven by passions, and (we) are disconnected from facts, that in fact deliberately are shielded from facts and reason and logic,” he add
“If we train them — if we give them skills, support, financing, media training, spotlights, then they’re the ones that are going to carry forward the solutions that we so desperately need,” Obama sad.
Hope, Obama argued, is attainable “if we can train a million Baracks and Michelles who are running around thinking they can change the world.”
Well I can tell you this much, I hope and pray that we don’t see millions and millions of Barack and Michelle’s around the world. God help us if we do.
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