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Obama knocks Trump for cable watching and tweeting

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Former President Barack Obama has followed precedent and stayed away from criticizing President Trump.

But on Wednesday, Obama couldn’t help but take a swipe at the president’s excessive cable viewing and tweeting. At a tech conference Wednesday, Obama described the key to his success, which included a competent, trustworthy staff, Axios reports.

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“The other thing that is helpful is not watching TV or reading social media,” Obama added.


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Trump lashes out at Lindsay Graham over Syria criticism: ‘He wants to stay in middle east for thousands of years’

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Trump smears Kurdish allies as ‘more of a terrorist threat’ than ISIS during unhinged White House rant

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President Donald Trump attacked America's Kurdish allies during a joint press conference with Italian President Sergio Mattarella.

Trump repeatedly said the Kurds were "no angels" in his comments.

"The PKK, which is a part of the Kurds, as you know, is probably, worse at terror and more of a terrorist threat in my ways than ISIS.

"So it's a very, semi-complicated -- not too complicated if you're smart -- but it's a semi-complicated problem," Trump said. "I think it is a problem that we have very nicely under control."

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Trump goes on insane conspiratorial rant accusing Obama of being behind the ‘corrupt’ 2016 election

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday went on a crazed conspiratorial rant in which he accused former President Barack Obama of being behind the purportedly "corrupt" election in 2016 that Trump himself actually won.

During a joint press conference with Sergio Mattarella, the president uncorked a rambling tirade in which he claimed without any evidence that Obama had tried to rig the 2016 election against him.

"It was a corrupt election," Trump said, before saying that Attorney General Bill Barr was looking into whether that corruption "goes right up to President Obama." The president then predicted that the investigation would implicate Obama.

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