And this was obviously the plot dating back from 2016…
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Did he just say this out loud? On purpose, or it slipped?
Former President Brack Obama just admitted that Joe Biden and his administration were just “finishing the job” he already started!
According to The New York Times,
“I think that what we’re seeing now, is Joe and the administration are essentially finishing the job. And I think it’ll be an interesting test. Ninety percent of the folks who were there in my administration, they are continuing and building on the policies we talked about, whether it’s the Affordable Care Act or our climate change agenda and the Paris climate deal, and figuring out how do we improve the ladders to mobility through things like community colleges.”
Obama then went on to discuss why he feels that after 8 years of the Obama regime, the voters chose President Trump.
“It’s hard to just underscore how much the bank bailouts just angered everyone, including me,” Obama said, referring to the remedy for the 2008 financial crisis he helped lead. “And then you have this long, slow recovery. Although the economy recovers technically quickly, it’s another five years before we’re really back to people feeling like, ‘OK, the economy is moving and working for me.’”
“… Let’s say a Democrat, a Joe Biden, or Hillary Clinton had immediately succeeded me, and the economy suddenly has 3% unemployment, I think we would have consolidated the sense that, ‘Oh, actually these policies that Obama put in place worked,’” he added. “The fact that Trump interrupts essentially the continuation of our policies, but still benefits from the economic stability and growth that we had initiated, means people aren’t sure. Well, gosh, unemployment’s 3.5% under Donald Trump.”
Obama also predicted the following:
“Does success for Biden override that sort of identity politics that has come to dominate Twitter and the media, and that has seeped into how people think about politics?” Obama questioned. “Probably not completely. But at the margins, if you’re changing 5% of the electorate, that makes a difference.”