Trump supporters blame leaks, conspiracy for his woes

President Donald Trump's reported urging of FBI Director James Comey to drop part of the agency's Russia-U.S. election probe was inappropriate - and showed he has not made the transition from CEO to POTUS, according to former Attorney General Michael Mukasey.

Tina Tchen, Michelle's former chief of staff, has openly discussed her surprise at the change: "There's a Secret Service agent out front and I'm looking at him and he says, 'No, you're at the right door.' And [Michelle] just opens the door".

It came after Trump had for years questioned Obama's birthplace and frequently accused him of intentionally working to hurt the USA, including calling him the "founder" of the Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq and Syria. Of course during his campaign, Trump said nothing of the sort and trashed Obama and his policies.

But when Obama was asked what he thought about then-President-Elect Trump in January, he was blunt: "Don't underestimate the guy".

"He [Obama] is deeply concerned with what he's seen", another source added. On Twitter, Trump frequently criticized Obama on decisions large and small, from his handling of Syria to his vacation schedule. And in President Obama's farewell speech, he referred to Vice President Biden as "a brother" and called their friendship "one of the great joys of life". According to the two sources, they came after a phone call between Obama and the new president-elect.

For what it's worth, Trump's rosy tone towards Obama didn't last long. This is best represented by his baseless claim - which has been denied by virtually everyone in a position to know - that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower prior to the election.

We all know that even if he doesn't want to admit it, the 44th President of the United States must have some type of opinion about the 45th President of the United States. "The answer is yes".

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