President-elect of Donald Trump’s hit relationship with President Obama, a different turn than trump told reporters he was “always very well” with the outgoing President — but only after he beams the day of the outgoing President on Twitter.
Late onset Wednesday outside his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, Trump told reporters the transition will be “very, very smoothly”, and that he was a “General conversation”, “very, very nice.”
“Our employees have understood very well and I am always very good with [Obama], other than a few statements, I responded, and we talked about it and smiled about it and no one will ever know because we never go against each other,” Trump said later in the evening.
The conciliatory tone was shown a contrast from the willingness to fight on Twitter after Obama claimed in a podcast interview released Monday, he would have defeated trump in November.
“If I have to run back and articulated, I think, I have mobilized a majority of the American population closed behind him,” Obama’s former adviser David Axelrod said.
Trump responded immediately to Obama’s farewell shot to death with his own.
“President Obama said that he thinks he would have won against me. He should say, but I say NO WAY! jobs leave, ISIS, OCare, etc.”
A day later, Trump its predecessors for the campaigns of “hard” and “personal,” and maintained to be blasted, he was doing his “best to ignore the lock many inflammatory President O statements and on the road. Thought it was NOT a smooth transition!
The post-election policy of détente seemed a distant memory, as the Obama administration suggested the treatment of Israel, claiming that they had given up, a long-time ally by refusing to veto a UN resolution condemning the expansion of settlements in the West Bank.
“We can’t continue to run Israel is treated with such total disdain and disrespect. Earlier you will have a great friend in the USA, but not more,” he tweeted.
“The beginning of the end of the terrible Iran deal, and now this is the (U. N.)! Stay strong, Israel, 20. January is getting closer,” added Trump in a tweet.
While a respectful Trump appeared before the press, he saved to criticize some of the fire, a longer speech on the middle East relations delivered by Secretary of state John Kerry earlier in the day.
“It speaks for itself,” he said to Kerry ‘ s remarks. “It’s pretty obvious. We have different views. I think that it is us. We will see what happens after Jan. 20, right? You’ll be very impressed.”
With the Obama administration’s response to Russia’s alleged interference in the elections in November, it is likely Trump will find a Chance to hit back at his on-again-off-friend win.