Barack Obama offered a brief reminder Monday that presidents can speak intelligible, complete sentences on subjects they’re qualified to speak about.
The former president didn’t take any overt shots at his successor during a lecture at the University of Chicago, where he once taught constitutional law, but his talk stood in stark contrast to this weekend’s bewildering Associated Press interview with President Donald Trump.
Everybody watching Obama at University of Chicago on TV right now and remembering what a president sounds like. pic.twitter.com/cTrNnsQTAZ
— Travon Free (@Travon) April 24, 2017
Daily reminder that it's been 51 days since Trump accused Obama of a felony and still hasn't provided proof or apologized.
— Talia (@2020fight) April 24, 2017
I miss having a human President. #obama
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) April 24, 2017