Barack Obama To Comment on Trump’s Treating The White Show As A ‘Reality Show’

Barack Obama To Comment on Trump’s Treating The White Show As A ‘Reality Show’

As per reports, Former President Barack Obama will be accusing the present President Donald Trump of considering the White House like “one more reality show.” Mr. Obama is expected to make these remarks during the Democratic convention. 

These statements have been pre-released in the media. 

Mr. Obama will say that Trump’s Republican successor “hasn’t grown into the job because he can’t”. Source: BBC. 

Giving these pre-released statements a reply, President Trump, at the White House, said that he was chosen for the Presidentship due to the “horror” Mr. Obama left Americans in. 

While on the Democratic conference’s third night, Kamala Harris will be all set to accept the vice-presidential nomination. 

On Thursday, Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, will be capping off the four-night convention with a speech. 

Mr. Obama’s Statements- 

On Wednesday night, Mr. Obama is expected to give brutal remarks on Mr. Trump. He will be doing so from the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia. 

As per the pre-released statements, he will be saying- “He’s [President Trump] shown no interest in putting in the work. No interest in finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends. No interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he can use to get the attention he craves.” Source: BBC. 

Further, he will continue to highlight the consequences of Mr. Trump’s presidency, which have been “our worst impulses unleashed, our proud reputation around the world badly diminished, and our democratic institutions threatened like never before”. Source: BBC. 

Four years ago, when Mr. Obama was in office, he warned that he would consider it a “personal insult” if Americans chose Mr. Trump as their next president. 

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Source: BBC