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Limbaugh: Obama Will Be Divisive, Causing Issues For Trump

President Obama and his family will remain in the nation’s capital after his time in office comes to a close, and at least one conservative commentator is viewing that as a bad thing. As Newsmax reports, Rush Limbaugh believes that Obama will be constantly speaking from the bully pulpit whenever President-elect Trump makes a decision that’s not in line with what he would do.

Needless to say, we can expect that to happen quite often, and Limbaugh believes Obama will be quick to seek out a platform to express his views.

"Obama's gonna do it from Washington. And he's gonna do it within hours of whatever Trump does, and he's gonna do it on major cable news. And the media is gonna be 100,000 percent behind Obama. It's going to be divisive, and you just wait," Limbaugh said.

Traditionally, the former president hands over the reins of power and walks away quietly. There are interviews down the road of course, but most former presidents are careful not to judge their successors in a public fashion. Limbaugh believes Obama will be starting his own tradition.

“He's gonna try to create all kinds of unrest and disunity and so forth – unprecedented, no former president has ever done what Obama is likely going to do," he continued.

Source: Newsmax
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