3. Did NOTHING when he knew Russia WAS in fact interfering in our election. Didn’t even say anything.
repeating a lie doesn't make it true.https://www.npr.org/2018/02/21/58761404
You hacked up the link. Nicely done.
If he had acted on his own to a great degree he would have been accussed of interfering in the election himself.
Hence the attempt to get a bipartisan approach, which failed.
Obama couldn’t feed a goat, let alone lead a bipartisan effort.
Your article, if I found it, shows Obama did nothing, other than Jeh Johnson complaining to Russia about it. I’m sure that scared Putin!https://www.npr.org/2018/02/21/58761404 ... ce-in-2016
From the link:
Obama scaled back missile defense plans in Europe to placate Moscow.
Obama wanted Russia to play a role in the international agreement under which Iran agreed to restrict its nuclear program — and Putin went along.
Obama spent the end of his presidency trying to bring Russia into a multilateral agreement to end the Syrian civil war, but Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov ultimately never committed.
Yeah, that’s about right. And, the Iran deal is a fiasco.
Former Vice President Joe Biden also has complained that the White House wanted Republicans to join in a bipartisan statement announcing and condemning the interference campaign. In Biden's telling, however, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., wouldn't go along
Oh, well, we MUST accept what a demonstrable liar says.
What concrete steps did Obama take when he found out the Russians were actively interfering? Be specific.
4. Obama was too much of a weasel to make the strike himself. He all but invited Putin into Syria
How effective has anything Trump has done been?
What does that have to do with what Obama didn’t do? Answer: nothing. This is just more of your type of “argumentation.” You can’t defend Obama, so you want me to justify Trump.
And, in case you haven’t noticed, the Islamic Caliphate ain’t what it was under Obama, at least in terms of territory.