Former President Barack Obama Not Commenting Frequently On Saturday, current politics seemed to favor a statement from 149 African Americans calling on his administration to warn President Trump of humiliating four colored congressmen over recent statements ,
"I was always proud to have this team performed during my administration. But more than what we've done, I'm proud of how they continue to fight for a better America, "Obama tweeted with a link to the commentary that was published Friday evening in The Washington Post.
Under the headline, "We are African Americans, we are patriots, and we refuse to be inactive," former Obama officials vowed to defend themselves against "racism, sexism, homophobia, and xenophobia." , , Exercised by the President and each elected official accomplice in the poisoning of our democracy. "
" There is really nothing more un-American than to ask fellow citizens to leave our country – based on their immigrant roots, their lineage, or their lineage They did not want to sit in silent obedience while undermining democracy, "wrote you.
After Trump had tweeted that four minority legislators should return to the places from which they came, and a crowd of Trump supporters sang, "Send them back! At the mention of Rep. Ilhan Omar (R-Minn.), A Somali refugee who turned 2,000 US citizens, in a campaign rally, most Democrats outraged each other.
Even Michelle Obama, also outraged by Trump era outrage, made known her contempt for Trump's comments.
"What really makes our country great is its diversity," tweeted the former First Lady, an obvious reference to Trump's campaign slogan. "I've seen this beauty in so many ways over the years, whether we're born here or seeking refuge, there's a place for all of us, we need to remember it's not my America or America is our America. "
The former president tweeted his wife again, but that was the next point he dealt with Trump's racist remarks until he shared the statement.
Since he left office Obama is extremely picky when it comes to politics, and traditionally, former presidents generally refrain from criticizing their successors, even when they come from opposing political parties.
However, some Obama supporters expressed consternation when he spoke The public seemed to have disappeared when Trump's White House unleashed its legacy systematically, and Obama emerged in recent weeks resuming the mid-term of 2018, crossed the country to campaign for Democrats, and warned that "the character of our country is at stake." In 2020, Obama has again stepped into the background for this process to take place without his influence can.
However, those who worked for him wrote that Jet was watching closely as racism rose during and after the first black presidency – fuel for our activism, especially in moments like this. "