President Obama Urges Soldiers to Question Trump’s Authority

There have been times when Obama has urged for a peaceful transition. Then other times President Obama urges soldiers to question Trump’s authority. Check out the video here.

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In a speech at MacDill Air Force Base, in Tampa, Florida on Tuesday, President Obama focused on his eight-year effort to protect the homeland, fight terrorism, and strengthen U.S. allies. He said he wanted to “talk about the foundation that we will leave for the next administration.”

On the way to Florida, Obama’s spokesman Josh Earnest said told reporters, “This is a speech that President Obama was prepared to give before the election.” But at times, it didn’t sound like it.

At one point, Obama reminded the troops “that each of us has…the universal right to speak your minds and to protest against authority; to live in a society that’s open and free; that can criticize our president without retribution.”

Obama Invites Trump to the White House

President Obama Urges Soldiers to Question Trump's Authority

Remember when “peaceful transition” was the theme when President Obama invited Donald Trump to the White House? He was teaching a lesson to take your losses and move on.

So it seems President Obama has abandoned the whole peaceful transition idea he was preaching just days ago. Like and share on Facebook and expose the hypocrisy of President Obama.

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