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(The tension was palpable)

 

 

Trump running for president was an act of revenge for Obama humiliating him at the correspondence dinner. With his petty character, he plans to unravel eight years of progress, essentially undoing all of President Obama's hard work. He actually hinted that he may make null and void Obama's totally legitimate and legally binding executive actions. I find this reprehensible, and more to the point, totally unacceptable.

 

 

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/2016-election-day/how-trump-could-erase-key-parts-obama-s-legacy-n681791

 

(Long article with specific policies at risk at above link)

 

 

As President Obama prepares to sit down with his successor, Donald Trump, in a White House meeting on Thursday that seemed improbable even a few weeks ago, an important question looms.

Will the real estate mogul, once in office, seek to dismantle completely the achievements of the first black president?

Trump ran a campaign premised on the idea that Obama is an ineffective president, while the incumbent appeared at events all over the country to plead with voters not to elect Trump.

Now, Obama's team is not exactly sure what will happen to its work over the past eight years.

"There are a lot of questions that are, of course, raised about what impact the outcome of the election will have on the policies that this administration has prioritized over the last eight years," Obama spokesman Josh Earnest said on Wednesday.

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(The tension was palpable)

 

 

Trump running for president was an act of revenge for Obama humiliating him at the correspondence dinner. With his petty character, he plans to unravel eight years of progress, essentially undoing all of President Obama's hard work. He actually hinted that he may make null and void Obama's totally legitimate and legally binding executive actions. I find this reprehensible, and more to the point, totally unacceptable.

 

 

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/2016-election-day/how-trump-could-erase-key-parts-obama-s-legacy-n681791

 

(Long article with specific policies at risk at above link)

 

 

As President Obama prepares to sit down with his successor, Donald Trump, in a White House meeting on Thursday that seemed improbable even a few weeks ago, an important question looms.

Will the real estate mogul, once in office, seek to dismantle completely the achievements of the first black president?

Trump ran a campaign premised on the idea that Obama is an ineffective president, while the incumbent appeared at events all over the country to plead with voters not to elect Trump.

Now, Obama's team is not exactly sure what will happen to its work over the past eight years.

"There are a lot of questions that are, of course, raised about what impact the outcome of the election will have on the policies that this administration has prioritized over the last eight years," Obama spokesman Josh Earnest said on Wednesday.

I really don't think your idea of progress matches my view of what progesses with or without human intervention or existence.

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Trump called it a great honor to meet with President Obama today.

 

Uh oh. Praising Hillary and now this. Could Trump have swindled cons, Trump University-style? :)

 

 

Chris Matthews was hoping he just played everybody to win and now he is going to do what he wants to do.

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Trump called it a great honor to meet with President Obama today.

 

Uh oh. Praising Hillary and now this. Could Trump have swindled cons, Trump University-style? :)

 

Walkin' talkin' Communist rectums? You just don't meet every day.

 

Now, Donald J. Trump can call it "Barbie"... as he feeds it into the shredder.

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