Former President Donald Trump was the target of a reportedly profanity-laced attack launched by his predecessor, Barack Obama.
Leading up to the 2020 election Obama apparently lost his cool in private a number of times. According to a new book set for release next week, Obama railed Trump with a series of insults, including:
- “corrupt motherf***er,”
- a “racist, sexist pig,”
- “f***ing lunatic”
Obama’s remarks were made to big-money donors and his political advisers. While remaining mostly quiet for the first three years of Trump’s presidency, Obama’s jealousy must have forced him to react. The policies of Former President Trump were sending America down a path of recovery following the pandemic, and his pre-pandemic policies already had set the U.S. on course for an economic turnaround after Obama’s failed tenure.
The Book, titled Battle for the Soul: Inside the Democrats’ Campaigns to Defeat Donald Trump, is rumored to detail how Obama’s attitude shifted as his former vice president secured a victory via mass election fraud.
Obama felt pressured to offer his thoughts on the man who replaced him, according to private conservations detailed in the book,
Obama was also reportedly displeased with reports Trump held phone conversations with foreign leaders such as Russian President Vladimir Putin without aides on the call.
“That corrupt motherf***er,” Obama reportedly said.
Additionally, the book also reveals Obama’s preference for Sen. Ted Cruz over Trump during the 2016 election, claiming that Cruz was “smarter” because he attended Princeton and Harvard.
Sen. Cruz finished second in the 2016 Republican primary.
Trump and Obama have long had a strained relationship, beginning when Trump questioned Obama’s citizenship status shortly after he took office. Trump then made multiple attempts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, which was Obama’s signature domestic policy achievement.
Trump also took shots at his predecessor during the heated presidential battle, once calling Obama “ineffective” and “terrible” while blaming him for the “slowest growing recovery in the history, I guess since 1929, on the economy.”
Author: Nolan Sheridan