During a speaking engagement in Canada, former President Barack Obama took what some may interpret as a “cheap shot” at President Trump and the United States.
cbc.ca reported that without mentioning his successor by name, former U.S. president Barack Obama told a sold-out Winnipeg crowd he wasn’t sure his country has the leadership to resist troubles like a major recession.
“If we had a crisis today, I’m concerned that we, at least in the United States, may not be in the habit of trying to figure things out in a common sense, practical way,” Obama said on Monday night.
In front of 13,500 people, the popular 44th president of the United States made only indirect criticisms of the current administration and its perceived reliance on passions over facts, preferring instead to reflect on his time in office, the rise of extremist sentiments and his admiration for the younger generation.
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