Why are we not surprised?!

Despite Donald Trump unfortunately being elected our next President of the U.S., President Barack Obama thinks he could have beat the p*ssy grabbing troll. And in a move that will shock literally no one, Trump couldn’t keep his mouth shut about it!

Recently, our current Prez appeared on the podcast The Axe Files and chatted with David Axelrod, his former advisor, and told him:

“I’m confident that if I — if I had run again and articulated it, I think I could’ve mobilized a majority of the American people to rally behind it.”

The POTUS went on to add:

“I know that in conversations that I’ve had with people around the country, even some people who disagreed with me, they would say the vision, the direction that you point towards is the right one.”

In typical fashion, the orange tinted pile of human garbage responded to Obama’s comments via — where else — Twitter, as he tweeted:


We just don’t have enough time to rant about how idiotic Donald’s tweet is and honestly, we’re not quite sure why Mr. Trump isn’t more focused on landing those “A-listers” for his inauguration he’s been promising. LOLz!

During the podcast of Barack’s interview, he also praised Hillary Clinton on her campaign and shared his thoughts on how she ultimately lost, saying:

“[Hillary] performed wonderfully under really tough circumstances. I’ve said this publicly, I’ll repeat it. I think there was a double standard with her. For whatever reason, there’s been a longstanding difficulty in her relationship with the press that meant her flaws were wildly amplified relative to.”

The 55-year-old went on to add:

“If you think you’re winning, then you have a tendency, just like in sports, maybe to play it safer.”

Oh, what could have been.

At the end of the day, we guess Donald might be right that there is more “hope” now, because we need to band together and find more hope than we’ve ever found to make it through the next four years!

What are your thoughts on the 70-year-old firing back at Obama?

Via perezhilton.com

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