In an interview that was broadcast by NPR this morning, President Obama spelled out his plan to serve as a talent scout of sorts for the Democratic Party (which is being embraced by Republicans). Obama also revealed in the interview that he’s been getting mocked for Donald Trump defeating the candidate he campaigned for:
Obama says he's received taunting letters since Donald Trump's victory https://t.co/9yL3VVpsQh
— The Washington Times (@wtimespolitics) December 19, 2016
Here’s a shorter headline:
Mr. "I Won" no longer a fan of gloating. https://t.co/97hiwIjHmd
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) December 19, 2016
It’s not nearly as fun when the shoe’s on the other foot.
— Is it over yet? (@PaulWDrake) December 19, 2016
@michellemalkin Why would anyone want to taunt Barry after eight years of hope and glory? So mysterious!
— Kasich Fiorina (@KasichFiorina) December 19, 2016
Oh, king of the snow flakes. He bragged that "he won, get over it," and now he cries because he LOST. Get over it, cupcake! https://t.co/FxmJ56mjUD
— Kay Hair (@KayHair1) December 19, 2016
— Johnny V (@jvman588) December 19, 2016
They're adept at what goes around and always choke up on what comes around. https://t.co/ZsgZfoQIJ3
— Bohemio (@El__Bohemio) December 19, 2016