Barack Obama may not have mentioned Donald Trump‘s name during a recent speech, but the critique of the president was no less obvious.
During the Obama Foundation’s second annual summit in Chicago, the former president spoke to the crowd about why the country’s problems haven’t been solved, and what he thinks can be done to bring about needed change.
“We are still confused, blind, shrouded with hate, anger, racism, and mommy issues,” Obama said to a crowd that erupted in laughter. “We are fraught with stuff, and so if that is the case, then the single most important thing we have to invest in is … people. We have got to get people to figure out how they work together in a cooperative, thoughtful, constructive way.”
Now that the midterm elections are over and the Democrats have taken control of the House, Obama’s jabs at Trump will remain nameless, but no less subliminal.
“You literally can remake the world right now, because it badly needs remaking,” Obama said making another critique at the Trump administration.
According to a Politico article examing Trump’s relationship with his mother Mary Anne Trump, the author writes how the Scottish immigrant’s inability to bond with her son had a profound effect on him and seeped its way into the many failed relationship he’s had with women.
The article states Trump’s mother sustained an unspecified life-threatening illness when he was a child, prohibiting them from developing a relationship. Trump’s father Fred was absent from the home as he was building the Trump real estate empire. Young Donald was in awe of his father and was reportedly detached from his mother.
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