Barack Obama

 
 

Barack Obama helping successor make the Transition

SOURCE: SHADOWPROOF  Outgoing United States presidents can be a bit petulant. The lame duck period is rarely a productive time for a president, and through the course of four to eight years they undoubtedly make some enemies they would like to payback. Sometimes this petulance is directed at a successor, the most trivial case being petty office vandalism of the out-going employees of the President Clinton administration and the most manifestly irresponsible case being the dumping of U.S. troops in Somalia by the out-going President George H.W. Bush to bolster hisRead More