Barack Obama is Ready to Return to Politics

04 March, 2017, 00:58 | Author: Priscilla Morrison
  • Former U.S. President Barack Obama has his tie adjusted by first lady Michelle Obama. File

"And he's ready to roll", he added.

Recent past presidents have dabbled in politics after leaving office, such as President George W. Bush's participation in the presidential campaign for his brother, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, but aside from that his political appearances have been relatively scant.

A big part of that effort will be counteracting efforts to limit voting rights, Holder said.

"This is really a battle for our democracy", he added.

The revelation comes amid a scandalous report that Obama's longtime pal and former senior adviser Valerie Jarrett has moved into his new Washington, D.C., home. In that respect, what Obama has planned to do so quickly after office is all but unprecedented for a recently removed president.

The goal, said insiders, is either to impeach Trump or have him resign through relentless attacks on everything he and his staff do and say.

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He said that fighting Republican gerrymandering would be a "primary concern" for Obama after his presidency, reported the New York Times.

Sources say Obama and his underground network masterminded these anti-Trump protests and riots.

Monday's news ended six years of legal wrangling between the DOJ under Obama and Texas over the rule, which mandates voters must show certain forms of identification before casting a ballot. These same anarchists blocked airports to protest Trump's temporary travel ban.

While Obama did not immediately confirm Holder's proclamation, the video message that he and first lady Michelle Obama shared on Inauguration Day last month said in part that they would "now rejoin all of you as private citizens".

"I expect we'll see that on steroids with President Trump", he said before criticizing Jeff SessionsJeff SessionsEllison asks Justice Dept.to investigate Jewish cemetery vandalism as hate crime Puerto Rico's future and U.S. citizenship GOP hasn't reached out to centrist Dem senators MORE, Trump's attorney general.

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