Obama simply stated the silent part aloud.
We all knew what he was going to say, but he just confirmed it.
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Former President Barack Obama recently boasted that Joe Biden is “finishing the job” started by his administration.
Yep. Barry’s dreadful “third term…”
This has been the plot the entire time.
Obama told the New York Times, “I think what we’re seeing now is Joe and the administration are effectively finishing the job.” “And I believe it will be a fascinating test.
Ninety percent of the people in my administration are still working on the policies we discussed, whether it’s the Affordable Care Act or our climate change agenda and the Paris [climate] agreement, and figuring out how to enhance the ladders to mobility through things like community colleges.”
After that, Obama discussed why he believes so many voters elected Donald Trump in 2016 after eight years in office.
“It’s difficult to overstate how much the bank bailouts enraged everyone, including me,” Obama remarked, referring to the solution to the 2008 financial crisis, which he helped lead. “Then there’s the long, gradual recuperation. Although the economy recovers rapidly on a technical level, it will take another five years for individuals to feel like, “OK, the economy is moving and working for me.”
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“… If a Democrat, such as Joe Biden or Hillary Clinton, had become office right after me and the economy suddenly had 3% unemployment, I believe we would have consolidated the notion that, ‘Oh, actually, these policies that Obama put in place worked,’” he added.
“People are unsure since Trump disturbs fundamentally the continuance of our policies while still benefiting from the economic stability and progress that we had established. Under Donald Trump, unemployment is at 3.5 percent.”
Obama went on to mention Biden’s supposed ability to engage voters, particularly in post-industrial midwestern states, who had previously voted for Obama but now support Trump.
“By virtue of biography and generational differences,” Obama explained, adding that Biden “can still reach some of those folks.”
“On topics like race, gender equality, LGBTQ concerns, and so on, people knew I was left,” Obama remarked. “However, I believe that one of the reasons I was successful campaigning in downstate Illinois, Iowa, and other places like that is that they never felt as if I was condemning them for not arriving at the politically correct answer quickly enough, or that they were somehow morally suspect because they had grown up with and believed more traditional values.”
Obama also predicted that a successful Biden administration would “have an influence” on the country’s fractured politics.
“Does [Biden’s triumph] trump the sort of identity politics that has taken over Twitter and the media, and has infiltrated how people think about politics?” Obama was perplexed. “I doubt it absolutely. But, on the margins, if you change 5% of the electorate, that makes a difference.”