According to quite arguably the worst president in history, the U.S. is suffering from a ‘temporary absence in American leadership.’ That’s what Barack Obama had to say about President Trump while in Paris.
From Daily Wire:
Did you think Barack Obama was going to follow his predecessor, George W. Bush, and fade into the background after eight years in the White House?
Yeah, think again. Obama can’t stand being out of the spotlight for even one minute, which is why last week he embarked on an five-day trip to China, India and France, where he met with foreign leaders as if he were some sort of shadow president.
In Paris on Saturday, Obama said there is a “temporary absence of American leadership” when it comes to tackling climate change.
More per Washington Examiner:
While speaking to a group of business leaders in Paris, former President Barack Obama said there is a “temporary absence of American leadership” when it comes to tackling climate change.
“I grant you that at the moment we have a temporary absence of American leadership on the issue,” the former president noted, which was met with laughter from the room full of French former ministers and CEOs at the invite-only event, according to Reuters.
No, Barack. America lacked leadership from January 2009 through January 2017, and “climate change” hysteria is wildly overhyped. Obama was the most divisive, conniving, non-transparent “leader” this country has seen in decades, yet he honestly believes he did good during his two terms. There’s a reason Dems lost nearly 1,000 legislative seats in eight years, Barry!