Obama was shocked by Trump’s win, the question, ” What if we are wrong?’ new book says

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President Barack Obama was shocked, in the Wake of Donald Trump’s election victory in 2016, and even asked a helper “What if we are wrong?” when he fought with Hillary Clinton, the defeat, former Advisor Ben Rhodes writes a new book coming out in June.

The book with the title “The world As it Is,” underlines the efforts of Obama’s brain trust, to assure him that he would have won re-election, if he is allowed to run for a third term.

But, Obama was alternately upbeat and depressed, according to Rhodes, the noted child Prodigy, was hailed as a budding writer-the national safety.

“Sometimes I wonder if I said 10 or 20 years too early,” Obama, aides, according to the memoirs. “Maybe you went too far. … Maybe people just want to only fall back in your trunk.”

“There are more stars in the sky than grains of sand on earth,” the book quotes Obama said in a message on Rhodes the day after the election.

“Maybe that’s what the people want.”

– Former President Barack Obama, trying to understand, Donald Trump will win the election

To say, days later, Obama reportedly came back to earth: “Maybe that’s what the people want. I have set up the economy, good for him. No Facts. There Are No Consequences. You need only a caricature.”

Rhodes was funded by the President’s speechwriter, Deputy national security Advisor of the United States under Obama. He held that post during the RAID, Osama bin Laden, as well as the US intervention in Libya and the signing of the Iran nuclear deal killed.

The possibility that Trump can unravel that older writes clearly weighed on Obama, Rhodes.


“I feel like Michael Corleone,” Obama reportedly said, referencing “The godfather” character, as he prepared to Outdo, to hand over the White house. “I’m almost out.”

According to Rhodes, he and Obama were unaware that the FBI had begun an investigation into the trump campaign, the deal with Russia until after the election.

The book also touches on some of the outside political melodrama, as Obama made his exit from the world stage, in the midst of a change is included geopolitical climate, the Leakage and the growing disappointment with the globalization.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel had pointed out that the “tear in her eye,” if you and Obama separated for the last time, and Obama to defend that “she’s all alone”, his liberal principles, according to Rhodes.


Footage from an HBO documentary shooting on election night in 2016, Rhodes was seen, sitting alone outside on a bench, to repeat haltingly, that the situation was difficult to process.”

This video of a shocked Ben Rhodes to Hillary’s election campaign loss from a new HBO documentary is incredible.

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But in his memoirs, Rhodes says that he predicted the result.

“I couldn’t shake the feeling that I should have seen it coming,” he writes. “Because, if you have it, distilled and freed from racism and xenophobia, we would run against Hillary eight years ago with the same message Trump had used: it is part of a corrupt institution, not to be trustworthy.”

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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