During Obama’s beautifully elegant & now somewhat unbelievably composed Presidential legacy; he was always careful with his words in order to not stoop to a level that tarnishes the position he held. This created a noble presence he maintained for over eight years, where the furthest he would push his limits of cordiality would be for slightly improved dad jokes.

Now, times have changed, and People Magazine is reporting there was some criticism for Trump the public was never exposed to!

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Apparently, after Donald won the presidential election, and started to praise Obama like never before, President Obama stated that “He’s nothing but a bullshitter!”

This beautiful singular line of poetry could have been much more appreciated at the time it was stated, and it’s too bad it was kept under wraps until now. Although it is possible that if this information went public before Trump took office, it could’ve made the whole situation worse.

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David Axelrod, longtime friend of Obama said, “Obviously, this now is a unique set of circumstances, but my sense is that he’s going to try and respect that tradition [that a former president not speak ill about the current administration], while reserving the right to speak out in given moments when things rise to that level.”

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Regardless of the circumstances, it’s nice to know Obama doesn’t buy into any of the bullshit spewing out of the current President’s mouth.

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