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Nervous White House Issues Warning to Trump: “Only One President at a Time”


Obama’s minions took it upon themselves to warn President-elect Trump of criticizing the administration’s decision to not veto a U.N. resolution.

You can bet that the White House is taking a great deal of heat over their foolish decision to backstab Israel during a United Nations resolution vote.

Before the vote, Trump ordered Obama to VETO the resolution. However, Obama didn’t take kindly to free advice, like a spoiled child, he did the very opposite of what a responsible adult told him to do. Obama abstained from the vote, which enabled the resolution to label Israel’s buildings in the West Bank as “illegal” to succeed.


The White House rejected President-elect Trump’s criticism and warned him that there is only “one president at a time.”

In a briefing on the move Friday, Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Adviser, stated:

“On the president-elect, the first thing I’d just say is that there’s one president at a time. President Obama is the President of the United States until Jan. 20th, and we are taking this action, of course, as U.S. policy.”

Trump tweeted his concern about the move at the United Nations that the U.S. did not disavow.

“As to the U.N., things will be different after Jan. 20th,” Trump wrote in a tweet.

Rhodes also mentioned: “I believe that despite what has at times been very strident Israeli government criticism of U.S. policies that President Obama has always made Israel and its security sacrosanct in his approach to these issues.”

While I do agree that Obama has the final decision until Trump takes office, it seems rather petty that he can’t have a simple conversation with Trump about their differences of opinion. Talk about power hungry. Obama is desperate to keep his throne.


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