Former President Barack Obama tweeted a New York Times editorial and quote about the need to “temper partisanship.”
He touts listening to the stories of those with whom you disagree.
Here’s a worthwhile Sunday read: “…nothing should temper partisanship more than an awareness that somewhere, on some issue, people with whom you disagree are telling a story that you really need to hear.” https://t.co/tpdMZ9hJoE
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) July 28, 2019
After all, he gave us a sterling example of nonpartisanship during his eight years in office.
Obama draws new round of GOP animosity with ‘I won both of them’ line http://t.co/VoqVtRKF6H
— Post Politics (@postpolitics) January 21, 2015
“I’ve got a pen and a phone.”
POTUS tells cabinet he's prepared to bypass Congress to push WH agenda: "I've got a pen and a phone."
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) January 14, 2014
— Patriot Update (@patriotupdate) September 18, 2012
His attorney general: “When they go low, we kick them.”
NEW TONE! Eric Holder fans flames of anti-GOP violence: 'When they go low, we kick them' https://t.co/KhRTSD7pp5
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 10, 2018
Even after Trump took office, Obama took “partisan” shots.
Pres. Bush didn't criticize Pres. Obama for 8 years, but now Obama won't offer Pres. Trump that same courtesy? https://t.co/5l00TBEl59
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 21, 2016
And now the 44th president is here to share editorials from the New York Times about the newly-discovered virtues of nonpartisanship.
Trump truly has made America great again.
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