Obama and Trump have one thing in common — they both enjoy talking smack. The biggest difference… Trump can back his up.
Obama’s anti-Trump taunts just boomeranged.
The first and most obvious example of Obama’s trash-talking biting him in the ass would be the ‘mean tweets’ segment during the campaign where Obama ‘mic dropped’ a response to Trump calling him the worst president… by telling Trump he would never be President.
Another great example would be this one.
Remember when Obama told us that the sucky recovery was the new normal? That jobs ‘of the past’ were gone, and wouldn’t come back? And that Trump is just making empty promises?
(That’s pretty rich for the guy who pronounced his own election would signal the beginning of the rise of the oceans slowing, and the earth healing. Oh, yes… and jobs. Lots of jobs.)
He quipped about Trump not having a ‘magic wand’ to make things better. You remember that smug I’m-smarter-than-you look on his face, right?
Here’s the clip.
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) June 2, 2016
Well, Trump’s got a mic drop of his own.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) June 2, 2018
Those jobs DID come back. With a ROAR!
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There’s your mic drop, Mr pen-and-a-phone. Like everything else… it boomeranged.
Soon, that legacy you tried to cram down our throats will be on the same trash heap as so many of Michelle’s school lunches.
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Gift giving just got a whole lot easier.
What’s not to like?
They get a gift, and you get to crow about just how good Trump’s first year has been.
It’s win-win, right?