Obama's alleged thoughts on Trump: 'He's nothing but a bullsh*tter'

Former US President reportedly told some of his close friends that current President Donald Trump is "nothing but a bulls****er".

These days, they still have a staff of 20 people and have an office in the West End of Washington, D.C. Both the Obamas are writing books, and they're also planning the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago's South Side.

President Barack Obama held his tongue about the incoming calamity of the Trump administration as he was exiting office.

The two friends also said that Barack's opinion of President Trump has not gotten any "better" in the four months since he took office, though a third source said that he is happy about one thing.

Former White House press aide, Peter Velz, told People: "The vice president walked in and he and President Obama embraced and then immediately clicked back into the relationship they had working together".

While Barack Obama is not necessarily commenting on every decision Trump, his wife, former First Lady Michelle Obama, recently ripped into the president on the topic of school lunches, which she focused heavily on while in the White House.

"President Obama's predecessor didn't do that", he stated.

'He's deeply concerned with what he's seen. "But he's also optimistic and heartened that citizens aren't just watching it happen but engaging with neighbours and elected representatives at town halls". But there is a possible break in the storm, as Trump and a lot of his advisers are headed out on an eight-day, five-nation trip starting Friday, with the first stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel. "For starters, I know how the light switches work", he said. After President Donald Trump's inauguration January 20, the Obamas left Washington D.C. for a holiday in the British Virgin Islands were they were photographed spending time with business mogul Richard Branson, reports said. CNN's Fareed Zakaria has claimed that Trump has succeeded only by "bullsh**ting".

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