2017: The Obama Regime in Exile

How will Obama try and retain control?
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He’s gonna stay in town to make sure that whatever he accomplishes is not unwound. Let me give you an example. The next Republican president — take your pick. I don’t know. Pick somebody. If the next Republican president says that we are going to start dismantling certain aspects of Obama, like you just said?

Obama is gonna call the media and he’s gonna go on TV as though he’s still president — and the media will treat him that way, by the way — and he will launch into this Republican president trying to harm people, hurt the American people, trying to unwind the great things Obama did. He’s going to stay there to make sure that whatever he’s done to remake this country is not changed, is not unwound.

He’s going to stay there, and the media is gonna cover him. I guarantee you, folks, even after he’s out of office, he is going to be treated by the media as though he’s still president — and this may be the case even with a Democrat president. Whatever the next president does, the media is gonna go to Obama every day. Look, folks, Barack Obama has already, along with Bill Clinton, blown up a number of time-honored traditions involving the presidency.

One of those is, when your time’s up, you go, and you don’t comment on your successor. Bill Clinton has blown that smithereens, and Algore’s blown it smithereens. George H. W. Bush hasn’t and George W. Bush hasn’t, and neither of them ever will. Ronald Reagan did not ever say a word about Bill Clinton and what he was doing. But I’m here to tell you that within days of the next president’s inauguration, Obama is going to be calling press conferences.



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