I have asked 20 people about this in Paris. 19 had no idea amd didnt care. The other said he should fuck off. https://t.co/qw0XVTiMOb
— Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) May 4, 2017
Former President Barack Obama has just endorsed Emmanuel Macron for president of France:
Obama has just endorsed Emmanuel Macron ? pic.twitter.com/D1zmMsGhok
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 4, 2017
Maybe it’s only “interference” in an election when a Russian does it?
Interfering with French election (as he did Israeli election and Brexit when President). No problem. https://t.co/Fh1n4LBH9G
— Randy Barnett (@RandyEBarnett) May 4, 2017
Oh weird, interfering in another nation's election… https://t.co/pbUFbOLjBW
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) May 4, 2017
Good to see Obama out speaking on this. https://t.co/cyHljN0gsu
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) May 4, 2017
"He has stood up for liberal values." Has Obama ever publicly used "liberal" like this in the US context? https://t.co/p5Q48HMiUD
— Jonathan Chait (@jonathanchait) May 4, 2017
Exit question: This is odd, no?
Has a former president explicitly endorsed a candidate in another country's election before? Strange times. https://t.co/tztNU0eC7f
— Josh Douglas (@JoshuaADouglas) May 4, 2017
Exit question 2: Does Macron know Obama’s track record on endorsements?
trying to think of last big endorsement obama gave that panned out; more difficult than you'd expect https://t.co/ePXU6sA51l
— Justin Sink (@justinsink) May 4, 2017
Exit question 3: Do French people even like Obama?
do French people care what he thinks? https://t.co/AymqRihTnD
— Alexander Kaufman (@AlexCKaufman) May 4, 2017
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