Obama Has a Team Stalking Trump Out of a West End Office

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The HuffPo political editor Sam Stein admitted last week that Obama has more than a dozen operatives working out of an office in the West End.

Obama’s also dispatched his team ― more than a dozen strong, working out of an office in the West End neighborhood of Washington ― to keep tabs on the unreported stories. There is a regular conference call for “the Obama network,” a meeting the ex-president attended with former aides a few weeks back, and ad hoc calls to Senate and House Democrats, state-based groups and grassroots organizations.

Stein was once employed by The Center for Public Integrity, a journalism fount funded by leftist organizations like The Ford Foundation and The Center for American Progress (Soros).

In an article laughably titled, Obama Has A Bite-Your-Tongue Policy On Trump. It’s Proving Harder To Keep, he claims Obama has been merely following Trump out of “patriotism”, but is not getting personally involved.

“He occasionally follows, but never directs, the pushback that his former top staffers offer on Twitter,” Stein wrote disingenuously.

That’s the opposite of what is going on.

There are even reports on social media that Obama and Hillary are robocalling.

Obama’s Indivisibles, MoveOn and Organizing for America have already been dispatched to #resistTrump. They are responsible for the raucous Republican town halls and the riots in our city streets and at our universities.

Stein admits in the article that: there is a regular conference call for “the Obama network,” a meeting the ex-president attended with former aides a few weeks back, and ad hoc calls to Senate and House Democrats, state-based groups and grassroots organizations.”

Obama I’d  concentrating on “grassroots engagement” – the sneaky approach,

Stein explains what that means — [he’s being a sneak]:

What this means, in practical terms, is no overt policy criticisms. When Obama spoke out for the first time during the Trump era ― just 10 days into the new presidency ― the main thrust was to express solidarity with those protesting the first version of Trump’s Muslim ban. But the impetus for the statement, as an aide explained, was that Trump’s team had erroneously stated that the Obama administration had provided the logistical template for the ban itself.

He will get more vocal eventually, Stein believes. Oh joy.

“At some point, does he say, ‘I have to talk directly to the American people and tell my story?’ History would tell you no, presidents don’t do that. But we are in a place that is totally unique to American history.”

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