It used be that former presidents knew when to bow out of the spotlight after they left office.
Clearly Obama won’t be doing that.
In less than two weeks after leaving office, he’s commenting on Trump’s actions regarding the refugee policy.
It looks like he’s going to drive a disruptive narrative from behind the scenes.
Here’s the tweet sent out on Trump’s refugee policy.
— Kevin Lewis (@KLewis44) January 30, 2017
In fact, Trump’s refugee order was vetted with many career lawyers in the government, according to the Washington Examiner:
The Trump administration did not go it alone when crafting last Friday’s executive action on immigration from Middle Eastern and North African countries.
“The orders were drafted by a team of some of the most qualified and talented lawyers in the United States of America,” White House senior adviser Stephen Miller told Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday evening.
“I had the privilege among many other staff at the White House of being involved in the review process, but the review process also included the Office of Legal Counsel and the Justice Department and many of those people who are careers [long-term employees] or presumably many of them who didn’t support President Trump cleared it and approved it as fully legal.”
And here’s the real question:
Dear hypocritical libtards. Where was this outrage when Obama ended the Cuban refugee program
— Joshua Barber (@FsMetal) January 31, 2017