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.

After all, he gave us a sterling example of nonpartisanship during his eight years in office.

“I won.”

“I’ve got a pen and a phone.”

“Bitter clingers.”

His attorney general:  “When they go low, we kick them.”

Even after Trump took office, Obama took “partisan” shots.

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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