The president-elect is not the type to let things go, no matter how small those “things” may be.
Trump is still airing his grievances with President Obama on Twitter as of Wednesday morning.
Trump’s grievances with Obama stem out of comments that the soon to be former president made days ago, when he said that he feels as though he could have beaten the businessman had the just concluded presidential race been an Obama/ Trump match-up.
Trump wrote Wednesday morning: “Doing my best to disregard the many inflammatory President O statements and roadblocks. Thought it was going to be a smooth transition – NOT!”
Doing my best to disregard the many inflammatory President O statements and roadblocks.Thought it was going to be a smooth transition – NOT!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 28, 2016
Trump, of course, offers up no references for what on earth the “many inflammatory statements and roadblocks” are that have supposedly been lobbed at him by President Obama.
The president made passing comments days ago in a widely publicized interview with an old friend of his, David Axelrod — comments that evidently offended Trump so much, although they are irrelevant to him, that he’s still talking about them on Twitter.
And this is the man who is soon going to have control of the nation’s nuclear weapons? Dear lord…
As for “roadblocks,” it’s quite simple — no, Obama isn’t throwing any roadblocks at Trump as the president-elect prepares to officially become president.
That is, unless Trump is referring to the Obama Administration’s efforts to put a stop to the Trump transition team seeking out the names of federal government staffers who have a past with programs that Trump confidantes don’t like.
And that’s definitely something that the majority of the country supports the Obama administration doing — meaning that if Trump did, in fact, have that in mind while rambling, then his words are falling on deaf ears.
Featured Image via Win McNamee/ Getty Images