Obama’s classy swan song II
Obama continues to sound Professorial and Presidential, warning Democrats to focus on what they missed, what the Clinton campaign did wrong — and continues to give Trump praise and an opportunity to succeed without initial rancor.
I’m impressed by Obama, since election day, and as always I’m hopeful it sticks.
The tidbit below from Good Morning America, illustrates my point about The President, in his own words.
“There are going to be certain elements of his temperament that will not serve him well unless he recognizes them and corrects them,” Obama said.
He talked about his own inability to keep track of “stacks of briefing books” and said thus he has surrounded himself with “people who can help,” and he hopes Trump does the same.
“The people have spoken. Donald Trump will be the next president,” Obama said. “It will be up to him to set up a team that will serve his policies.”
Obama added, “My hope is he makes things better. And if he does, we’ll all benefit from it.”