Obama vs. Trump: Trevor Noah Makes The Call

Roman Schwartz
September 12, 2018

World class narcissist and former President, Barack Obama, gave a speech on Friday at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where he brazenly laid the current state of political division within the country at the feet of President Donald Trump and the GOP. What is true is that it's the highest in 10 years.

Hassett said the correct statement the president should have made is that the GDP rate rising above the unemployment rate had not happened in 10 years. "We have just begun". Such a relationship between GDP and the unemployment rate has occurred many times, most recently in the first quarter of 2006, before the financial crisis pushed the unemployment rate high and economic growth slowed markedly.

"It shouldn't be Democratic or Republican to say that we don't threaten the freedom of the press because - they say things or publish stories we don't like", Obama said.

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"President Trump would need a magic wand to get to 4% GDP", stated President Obama. "And, usually, the answer is he doesn't have an answer". Millions of Americans who can't stand Obama will just tune out the rhetoric, so different than Trump's and so missed by his supporters, but Obama's view of his successor is shared by prominent conservatives such as columnists George Will and Michael Gerson and Sens. Later that same day, Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett said the president was wrong.

Interested in Donald Trump? "Otherwise he'll jump out of the race, run as an independent, and he'll screw up with these populist voters.'" Watch the interview above to hear why Wilson blames the party's "money folks" and how they wrongly approached the 2016 race, plus how the GOP can save its historical legacy from being destroyed by Trump.

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