Why Is Obama Shadowing Trump on His First Overseas Trip, Slamming Him?


Prior to Trump’s meeting with NATO leaders including Angela Merkel, Barack Obama was meeting with Angela Merkel and holding a press conference during which he bashed Trump, Express UK reported.

Among other things, he said Trump can’t hide behind a wall.

The former US president was in Berlin next to his Marxist friend Merkel before a swooning audience of 70,000 people at a spot where the Berlin Wall once stood.

Obama said it was not possible to stay isolated from troubles abroad, alluding to Trump’s wall.

He said: “If there are disruptions in these countries, if there is bad governance, if there is war or if there is poverty, in this new world that we live in we can’t isolate ourselves. We can’t hide behind a wall.”

The disingenuous former president turned his attention to US healthcare.

He said: “I’m very proud of the work I did as president,” he said to cheers, adding he was especially proud of health care reform.

“My hope was to get 100 percent of people health care. We didn’t quite achieve that but we were able to get 20 million people health care who didn’t have it before. Certainly I have some regrets that we weren’t able to get everyone health ca

“Now some of the progress we made is in peril because a significant debate is taking place in the United States.”

Is he kidding? Obamacare is collapsing and insurance companies are going bankrupt. BlueCrossBlueShield dropped out of the Kansas and Missouri markets this week. Many areas in Missouri now have no markets – zero – nada – and this is the success he’s bragging about? Premiums have skyrocketed for worse coverage.

Obama has been known to influence elections and he’s undoubtedly trying to influence the upcoming German election. The two Marxist, open borders leaders are birds of a feather.

Germans have been duped before.

American soldiers W. Thomas and PFC. Joseph Jackson show off their “Easter Eggs” in 1945.

Photo via LaCorteNews

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