During the election, then-President Barack Obama was very vocal about his desire to see Donald Trump defeated by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
"He's nothing but a bullshitter."
Obama's opinion of Trump hasn't gotten any better, he reportedly told friends.
"We've got to get our new lives set up", Michelle said at a health conference in Washington DC on Friday.
Ha! We'd LOVE to hear Barack's thoughts on the reality show/espionage thriller Trump has turned the Oval Office into.
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Though the 55-year-old old is certainly "concerned" by Trump's shenanigans, he's still optimistic because citizens aren't submitting to the Big Cheeto.
Still, another source says Obama would "take his call and try to help" if Trump were in a jam and needed advice.
Sounds like he hasn't lost the "hope" from his 2008 campaign slogan.
This was a sharp contrast from how Trump used to talk about Obama, including advancing a racist conspiracy theory accusing him of having been secretly born in Kenya, and thus was ineligible to serve as president.
"President Obama's predecessor didn't do that", he stated.
At the time, Mr Obama hinted at the phone call during a speech at the White House but never pointed out what the actual conversation implied.
For what it's worth, Trump's rosy tone towards Obama didn't last long. But there is a possible break in the storm, as Trump and a lot of his advisers are headed out on an eight-day, five-nation trip starting Friday, with the first stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel. CNN's Fareed Zakaria has claimed that Trump has succeeded only by "bullsh**ting". "Let us breathe", she said.