Two friends of the last Democrat President said that Obama did not believe Trump's abrupt respect and appreciation after years of a frosty relationship and described Trump as bullsh****r, according to People Magazine.
We know that since leaving the White House, Barack Obama has embraced vacations, street style, and steep Wall Street speaking fees, but we don't know much else about his new life. Trump allegedly professed "respect" and "admiration" for Obama, but after the phone call the former president reportedly said, "He's nothing but a bulls**ter".
But when Obama was asked what he thought about then-President-Elect Trump in January, he was blunt: "Don't underestimate the guy".
Four years to the day before President Donald Trump was reported to have shared highly classified information with the Russian foreign minister and the Russian ambassador to the U.S., he wondered how much more scandal Washington could handle.
The US Department of Homeland Security's AIS program was established in 2015, and began operating in 2016 when Obama was still in office.
President Obama went eight years "without a single scandal", Biden said to applause.
For these reasons and more, you can hardly blame the former president for not singing Trump's praises. What comes as a surprise to many though is just how strong his dislike for Donald Trump runs.
In an interview with People, two of Barack's friends reveal that he one said of President Trump: 'He's nothing but a bulls****er'.
"He's nothing but a bullsh-ter", they noted Obama saying.
So that was the night of election but what is Obama's opinion of Trump now that he's been in office for a while. He had previously lamented the lack of outreach to working class voters on the part of the Clinton campaign, saying "We didn't talk to them".