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Michelle Comes Out Swinging At Trump, So POTUS Goes For The Jugular (Watch)

Bombs away!

John Salvatore

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Michelle Obama says President Trump has put her “family’s safety at risk” in an excerpt from her new book.

Why?

Because she’s trying to sell a book.

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Otherwise, it makes little sense.

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Here’s what she wrote:

“What if someone with an unstable mind loaded a gun and drove to Washington? What if that person went looking for our girls?” she wrote in her book, according to The Washington Post. “Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family’s safety at risk. And for this I’d never forgive him.”

Enter Trump, who goes for the jugular – mostly aimed at Barack:

Trump explains how Obama depleted the military during his eight years in the Oval Office.

Michelle, it would seem, is seeking to make headlines.

She wants to continue to divide the nation as she and her husband have done since 2008.

Speaking of Barack, it has now been confirmed that a Craig’s List ad offered people $15 to attend an Obama rally for Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams.

Is this just another example of manufactured enthusiasm for the Obama, the Democrat Party, and their comrades?

The alleged ad claims they will pay attendees $15.00 to attend the event, as similar campaign stops by the former President have not been filled to capacity. They continue: We want a packed house for maximum media exposure and optics.

Conservative radio talker Rush Limbaugh slammed Obama as “pathetic” for attempting to steal credit for the current booming economy.

And if you think about it, Obama has to know he doesn’t have a leg to stand on. After all, he was the only president in history to never have a GDP above 3 percent.

But now when things are flourishing, nearly two years after Obama is out of office, somehow Barack wants people to believe he was the one responsible?

Kind of infuriating.

He’s coming off as entirely petty and desperate (more on that below).

From Daily Wire:

“By the way, this was another meager crowd,” he said. “I mean, they said it was 9,600 people. They said that’s what this place held. It was not full. Obama, the Clintons, they just can’t … they can’t do it. They cannot do what Trump does. They cannot draw crowds. They cannot create excitement. They’re trying. They want in on the action, but they’re not pulling it off.”

The host then ran the audio clip of Obama from Sunday night, while occasionally shouting an objection from behind his golden EIB mic (transcript provided by Rushlimbaugh.com):

OBAMA: Democrats had to come in and I had to grab a broom and we had to get a mop and we had to clean up their mess. And it was hard, and it was slow, but we got the economy growing again. And we covered another 20 million folks with health care. And we made sure the wealthiest paid their fair share of taxes. And by the time I left office, wages were rising —

RUSH: No.

OBAMA: — unemployment had fallen —

RUSH: No.

OBAMA: — the uninsured rate was falling.

RUSH: No!

OBAMA: The economy created more jobs over my latest 21 months than it did the 20 months since I’ve left office.

RUSH: No way!

OBAMA: So when you hear the Republicans bragging about how good the economy is right now, where do you think that started?

Rush for the win?

A body language expert analyzed a recent Obama speech.

In short, Obama is coming off as desperate.

“This is not the same Obama I’m seeing. His head goes down a lot more in that downward position. It’s like a defeatist position. He’s no longer that confident, head held high, arrogant mentality… This is desperation.”

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Russia Continues Harassment of American Military Just 35 Miles Off US Coast

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