BARACK OBAMA : AMERICA WANTS ME BACK FOR A 3RD TERM
He should resign to a victorious post-administration. At that point Trump occurred. Eventually as Jason Zengerle reports Obama is anticipating a political fight he never expected to wage and has no point of losing.

Donald Trump’s political decision :

 The day after Donald Trump’s political decision, the morning unfolded with a shower in Washington, D.C. Also, at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, two or three dozen White House staff members packed into the West Wing office of Josh Earnest, President Obama’s press secretary.

BARACK OBAMA : AMERICA WANTS ME BACK FOR A 3RD TERM

BARACK OBAMA : AMERICA WANTS ME BACK FOR A 3RD TERM

They were a blurred looked at pack—from both absence of rest and an overabundance of injury—battling still to get a handle on the noteworthy shock of Trump’s success just hours sooner. Sincere made an honest effort to raise their spirits, reminding the assistants that they all actually had tasks to take care of, that they expected to “go through the tape. He was in his motivational speech when word came that the gathering was needed some doors down. Barack Obama had brought them to his office.

The White House passageway:

The group walked through the White House passageway, remembering for their positions various junior individuals who’d never been to the Oval Office, considerably less met Obama. They documented in, lined the edge divider, and turned their eyes toward the president, who remained before the Resolute work area alongside Vice President Joe Biden. Obama had been up late the prior night, as well, viewing the political decision results. Around three AM, he’d put calls to both Hillary Clinton and Trump. In any case, Obama displayed neither weakness nor despair. Rather, he extended a stimulated feeling of quiet.

Obama told the staff members :

“This isn’t the end times,” Obama told the staff members. He advised them that notwithstanding the political decision results, most of Americans upheld the work they’d done. What’s more, he called attention to that the nation had recently endured periods during which there had been pioneers and leaders of whom individuals had been dreadful. America had endure, he stated, in light of the fact that it’s a solid nation. History, he went on, “zigs and crosses.” Obama strolled around the workplace, shaking his staff members’ hands and expressing gratitude toward them for their endeavors. To the individuals who were crying, he offered embraces.
 

He should resign to a victorious post-administration. At that point Trump occurred. Eventually as Jason Zengerle reports Obama is anticipating a political fight he never expected to wage and has no point of losing.
 The day after Donald Trump’s political decision, the morning unfolded with a shower in Washington, D.C. Also, at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, two or three dozen White House staff members packed into the West Wing office of Josh Earnest, President Obama’s press secretary.
They were a blurred looked at pack—from both absence of rest and an overabundance of injury—battling still to get a handle on the noteworthy shock of Trump’s success just hours sooner. Sincere made an honest effort to raise their spirits, reminding the assistants that they all actually had tasks to take care of, that they expected to “go through the tape. He was in his motivational speech when word came that the gathering was needed some doors down. Barack Obama had brought them to his office.
The group walked through the White House passageway, remembering for their positions various junior individuals who’d never been to the Oval Office, considerably less met Obama. They documented in, lined the edge divider, and turned their eyes toward the president, who remained before the Resolute work area alongside Vice President Joe Biden. Obama had been up late the prior night, as well, viewing the political decision results. Around three AM, he’d put calls to both Hillary Clinton and Trump. In any case, Obama displayed neither weakness nor despair. Rather, he extended a stimulated feeling of quiet.
“This isn’t the end times,” Obama told the staff members. He advised them that notwithstanding the political decision results, most of Americans upheld the work they’d done. What’s more, he called attention to that the nation had recently endured periods during which there had been pioneers and leaders of whom individuals had been dreadful. America had endure, he stated, in light of the fact that it’s a solid nation. History, he went on, “zigs and crosses.” Obama strolled around the workplace, shaking his staff members’ hands and expressing gratitude toward them for their endeavors. To the individuals who were crying, he offered embraces.