Barack Obama is still on the lam in Indonesia after extending his vacation, and he just was caught doing duties overseas that only the U.S. President should be doing. Barack is trying to wield some power as he acts as a “shadow president.” Now, Donald Trump has a brutal surprise for Barack, and it’s not something that he will ever forget.
Former President Barack Obama seems to be feeling nostalgic for his old job, meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in Monday for 40 minutes. Not only that but the Korea Herald reported that Moon spoke about his recent meetings with President Trump in Washington and asked Obama for his advice on how to improve that relationship.
Right away, if you’re completely pissed off, you’re not alone. Who in the hell does Obama think he is? It’s obvious that Obama’s minions leaked to the Korea Herald that he’s giving Jae-in “advice on Trump.” This not only flies in the face of the roles of former presidents, going against the decorum which they should display in public, it’s a violation of the Logan Act.
Newt Gingrich, who works closely with President Trump, has indicated that Trump indeed has a nasty surprise waiting for Obama when he gets home. Obama can’t stay on the lam indefinitely, and after these shenanigans, Barack will have to come back and face the music.
“Guess what’s about to happen: The Congress is about to have to call Barack Obama in to testify under oath about when he knew about Russia meddling,” Gingrich said on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends. “Who told him? Why did he do nothing? Who was in the meetings when he decided to do nothing? It’s going to turn out, yes, there’s a big Russian story. It’s Barack Obama. Not Donald Trump. And you cannot make this stuff up.”
So, get ready for Obama to take the hot seat with Trey Gowdy after his National Security Adviser Susan Rice. If Rice is smart, she will save her own skin and point the finger at Obama who actually sat on information that some entity, they say the Russians, hacked into the Democratic Committee and possibly other organizations. But, with Hillary Clinton expected to win the election, Obama did not want to upset the election with any “hacking” news.
Gingrich said that Congress must seek answers from Obama as to why he did not do more to stop the cyber attacks during the campaign. “The Congress has an obligation to call him in. How can you be told the President of the United States knew last August the Russians were, in fact, involved in this and not ask him and ask him under oath? I mean, how can you be so irresponsible?” the former speaker said.
Obama even posed with the South Korean president in what looks like an “official” pic for a state visit. Why the South Korean leader would agree to such a meeting is beyond me, but somehow, Barack wormed his way in, in some sick attempt to look like he was in charge once again. What started out as a “family vacation,” morphed into a shadow president overseas tour. We knew something was amiss when Michelle and the girls mysteriously left Obama in Bali, without any media coverage.