Book: Arrogant Obama Felt American People “Turned on Him” after 2016 Election

Book: Arrogant Obama Felt American People “Turned on Him” after 2016 Election

A book by New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker claims President Obama saw it as a “personal insult” that Donald Trump won the 2016 election and felt that the American people had “turned on him.”

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The Daily Mail reports that the book, titled, Obama: The Call Of History reveals:

The former president went from being confident that Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump to seeing it as a ‘personal insult’ that she lost.

Obama could not believe the American people had ‘turned on him’ for a man he had written off as a ‘cartoon’.

As the dust settled Obama told his family that ‘this hurts’ and blamed Clinton who ‘brought many of her troubles on herself’ and ran a ‘scripted, soulless campaign’.

The eye-popping details are in the new edition of ‘Obama: The Call Of History’ by New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker.

The book was originally released in July 2017 but has been updated with extensive new reporting throughout Obama’s time in office – and the run through of election day is electrifying.

According to the Daily Mail, the book states that Obama thought to himself that the American people “simply could not have decided to replace him with a buffoonish showman whose calling cards had been repeated bankruptcies, serial marriages and racist dog whistles.”

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