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Barack Obama Accused Of Stalking Donald Trump And Behaving Like A Deposed Leader In Exile

June 28. 2017

Barack Obama

Former U.S. President Barack Obama continues to behave like a deposed leader in exile, though he served the maximum two full terms in office. Newspapers, blogs and social media are commenting on Obama's behavior, with some accusing him of stalking new U.S. President, Donald Trump. Recently, Obama showed up at the same event as Trump, in a habit he has engaged in on noted occasions in the past regarding others.

Obama is being called a stalker for flying to Germany in order to attend a world political summit, when he knew Trump would be present representing America. This coupled with the strange statements by Obama's former Attorney General, Eric Holder, proclaiming he's coming back, is plain alarming.

Obama has also purchased a $8,100,000 house in Washington that is a very short distance from the White House. Obama is going back on his promise to leave Washington after his daughter completes school next year. U.S. Presidents typically leave Washington after their time in office, as a symbolic gesture regarding a transfer of power to the newly elected head of state. But not Obama. He is digging his heels in and behaving like he was "forced out" of office, as he put it and is a leader in exile, waiting to return to the White House. It has become disturbing, like he's planning a coup, which would be illegal.


The latest news from the president in exile

Thursday, May 25, 2017 - The government in exile — the real one, according to the media — has had a busy week at home and abroad. “President Obama” has given up leading from behind and presumes now to lead from overseas. His secretary of state has a new mission, as missionary to the safe places where snowflakes fall.

Mr. Obama joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin to lecture America and the West to quit being so beastly to the strivers of the Third World, and open wider the borders of the West. “We can’t isolate ourselves,” the former president said from a platform at the Brandenburg Gate. “We can’t hide behind a wall.”

This is the message that resonates with Mrs. Merkel and many of the Europeans, even it strikes a sour note at home and even in Britain, coming just days after the spawn of a Libyan immigrant murdered nearly two dozen Britons, including several children, and then blew himself up at a concert arena in Manchester.

Timing is everything, as the man said, and the president in exile used his appearance in Berlin as a coming-out party after nearly six months of playing celebrity in borrowed houses across the South Seas and the Caribbean, playing at golf instead of government. But boredom set it and when Frau Merkel agreed to receive him as a fellow head of state, well, why not? She knew she could count on him to deliver platitudes and goo-goo worthy of an American president in exile...




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